Race Date Sun 10th Sep 2023
Race Status Provisional
|Race Start Time:||10:00||Entry On Day:||Yes|
|Running Surface:||Roads And Paths||Race Cut Off Time:||4:30 hours|
|Route Undulation:||Undulating||Race Town:||Edinburgh|
|Timing Method:||Chip||Race Location:||Lothian|
|Number Collection:||Collect||Race Entry Cost:||£20.00|
|Distance Markers:||Race Status:||Provisional|
|Road Status:||Roads Open To Traffic||Use Headphones:||Yes|
|Max Number:||500||Race Format:|
|Race Start Time:||10:00|
|Entry On Day:||Yes|
|Running Surface:||Roads And Paths|
|Race Cut Off Time:||4:30 hours|
|Road Status:||Roads Open To Traffic|
|Race Entry Cost:||£20.00|
Where is the race?
The race is located in Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
Can I wear headphones at the 20 Along the Forth?
Is the race still going ahead?
Change is always possible, please contact the race organiser to confirm this at: [email protected]
What is the maximum allowed time to complete the race?
The maximum time allowed is 4:30 hours
Race Entry Information
20 Along The Forth Race Entry
The website organising the 20 Along The Forth is https://blastrunning.co.uk/
The 20 mile Along the Forth race is a good build up event for runners taking part in a 2022 Autumn Marathon as it is 3 weeks before the London Marathon as well as the Loch Ness and Chester marathons. The route is on approx 50% on tarmac and 50% on farm roads. It is undulating with 1094ft of overall climb but the race organiser indicates are no big hills to tackle. The route starts in Cramond and takes you through Dalmeny Estate then out into the town of South Queensferry and up and over the Forth Road Bridge before heading back to Cramond. A great opportunity to run this bridge crossing.
Please note that there are no road closures for this event. There will be water stations at miles 8, 12 and 18.5 which will have water and Active Route sports drink. You are encouraged to run with your own water carrier and to fill this up. The route will be marked and there will be marshals on the course but the final responsibility is with the runner. The Strava map will be shared with you well in advance of the race.
It is a fundraising event for The MS Society and 50% of your entry goes to the charity. This is great to see from a race, actively showing the contribution that you are making to charity is quite unusual.
Facilities at start / finish – toilets, changing rooms, bag drop, showers, free car parking, good local bus route, easy access to Edinburgh airport
Max completion time is 4.5 hours, with an early start option for those who may take over 3.5 hours.