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AXA health Bournemouth Bay Run

April 3rd 2022

Bournemouth Bay Run 2022

The newly sponsored AXA Health Bournemouth Bay Run will take place next year on 3rd April 2022 and runners places will be automatically deferred to that date. Registrations are now open!

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Half Marathon - chip timed

Start Time

10:00 am

Pier Approach



Entry Fee

£24.00 Pre-Registered

£22.00 UKA Affiliated


Minimum age to take part is 17 years old


*Wheelchair entries Start Time 9:55am


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10K - chip timed

Start Time

9:15 am

West of Bournemouth Pier



Entry Fee

£18.00 Pre-Registered

£16.00 UKA Affiliated


Minimum age to take part is 15 years old


*Wheelchair entries Start Time 9:10am


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5K - chip timed

Start Time

12:15 pm

West of Bournemouth Pier



Entry Fee

£8.00 Pre-Registered

£10.00 On The day


Minimum age to take part is 11 years old



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1K Kids Fun Run

Start Time

9:25 am

Pier Approach



Entry Fee

£5.00 Pre-Registered

£6.00 On The day


No minimum age



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Beat heartbreak from the world’s biggest killers

When you run for us, you run to beat the world’s biggest killers. Conditions like heart diseases, stroke and vascular dementia. You run for the people you love. You run for mums, for dads, for brothers, for sisters, for friends, for loved ones. You run to fund research that helps to keep families together. One life saving breakthrough at a time.

Champions like you have helped get us this far – heart transplants, clot busting drugs, genetic testing and so much more.

So join us for the Bournemouth Bay Run, and fix your eyes on the finish line. Because together, we can beat heartbreak forever. #BHFChampion

Get your fundraising pack here

AXA Health

We’re AXA’s UK health and wellbeing specialist. Helping our members to bring out their best selves. Supporting them to find their own route to wellbeing, whatever that means to them. We give them access to clinical expertise, whenever they need it and up-to-date health, lifestyle and fitness information. Visit our Feelgood Health Hub to see how we make health and wellbeing fun and easy to fit into everyday life.

 

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BH Live

We are a leading operator of leisure and event venues across Dorset, Hampshire and London; a charitable trust and social enterprise that designs and builds engaging experiences to inspire people and enrich lives.

We’re here to enable more people to enjoy the health and wellbeing benefits of being more active. Leisure centres, gyms, pools, spas, training and sporting facilities that we operate across Dorset include Littledown, Stokewood, Pelhams, Sir David English Sports Centre and BH Live Active Corfe Mullen.

For more about our leisure centres, activities and membership visit bhliveactive.org.uk.

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Bournemouth Bay Runs Environmental Aim

Overall aim

The Bournemouth Bay Run is committed to making the event as environmentally friendly as possible.  One of the main affecters are single use plastics, at many running events plastic bottles are the most widely used form of hydration for participants. This year we are using boxed water and paper cups at all the water stations and canned water at the finish funnel to eliminate the use of single use plastic bottles and cups.

Recycling

There will be drop nets provided at points after each water station for the paper cups and all water station marshals are briefed to pick up any dropped cups from around their water station. These nets are picked up and all the contents will be recycled. At the finish there will be recycling bins for cans and litter pickers throughout Pier Approach.

Single use plastic

As mentioned previously in the overall aim there will be no plastic cups or bottles along the course or at the finish. We have chosen to not have our t-shirts bagged, they come in cardboard boxes. Previously our medals have been singularly bagged, now we have them bagged in 20’s. We have also opted for an online goody bag instead of a physical one, this way the participants get offers and adverts online without using unnecessary of plastic and paper.

Sustainable transport

Participants are advised through social media and in their race packs to use public transport, carshare, or walk or cycle to the event. There is a luggage marquee provided for participants to safely store their belongings if they do decide to opt for sustainable transport, they can leave their personal belongings and clothes in a safe place.

Beryl Bikes

Why not consider hiring a Beryl to get to the race? The UK’s leading micromobility provider has partnered with the Bournemouth Bay run, to inspire more people to take up sustainable travel options, reduce road congestion, and improve air quality and public health.

Simply download the Beryl App to register and unlock a vehicle, enjoy your ride, and park in one of the marked Beryl bays. If you are spectating, there are plenty of bays along the route, so you can easily find the perfect spot to cheer runners on!

Even better, every race participant can take advantage of a 15-minute free ride in their virtual goody bag at the end of the race.

To find out more about how to use Beryl visit their website or check out the map below for bay locations.

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Race Packs

Half Marathon Race Pack

Half Marathon Race Pack Download

10K Race Pack

10K Race Pack Download

5K Race Pack

5K Race Pack Download

 

1K Race Pack

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