Onetrack1000 is on the horizon!
Read on for important details about the day...
With the countdown to Onetrack1000 well and truly on, we wanted to take a minute to wish you GOOD LUCK!
We know how hard you've worked to get to this point, and we appreciate every minute you’ve put towards training and fundraising.
Please make sure you arrive before the briefing at 9:30am as there will be important information about track etiquette, followed by Olympic legend, Jamie Baulch, getting proceedings underway.
Are you already on your way to hitting your fundraising goal? If not, there's still time to get set up! Just click the button below to get started.
Thanks again and we look forward to seeing you all there!
ONETRACK1000 ESSENTIAL INFO
(Enter through main entrance)
Nearest Tube Station:
Pay & Display at Battersea Park
9.30am Briefing for ALL RUNNERS
9.45am Opening Ceremony
10am Half Marathon Start
10.45am 10k Start
11.15am 5k Start
12-12.30pm Medals & Finisher Bags
WHAT TO BRING
1) Water Bottle & Snacks
2) Counting Your Laps
Bring a ‘clicker’ to track your laps (or a dedicated friend to count them for you!) These old-school methods can be more reliable than your wearable on the track! Buy one of these and be in control of your laps on the day.
4) Guest RSVP
5) Wear Blue
We're trying to make Sunday a single-use-plastic-free event.
We therefore kindly ask you to be mindful of this when deciding what to bring on the day.
Did you know?
A large proportion of plastics used in food packaging are not suitable for recycling!
Top Tip! Try bringing homemade snacks in reusable containers to save on packaging waste.
HUNGRY FOR MORE?
If you’re looking for the best ways to fuel your body, look no further than our blog series with Nutritionist Justin Reid-Simms. He served up his best advice on what to eat before, during, and after an event like Onetrack1000.