FAQs

When is the event?
The event takes place on 7th October in London’s Finsbury Park.

Where is the event?
Finsbury Park, Endymion Rd, London N4

How do I get there?
The park is a short walk away from Finsbury Park Underground station and is also served by various buses from central London.

I can see this is a Men’s Running event – can women run too?
Yes! This event is open for men and women (over the age of 16) to run and support CALM.

Is there somewhere to leave my bag?
There is a free of charge bag drop at the main tent/help-desk. Please ensure you arrive with enough time ahead of the start, as there can be a queue for the bag drop.

How much money goes to CALM?
£2 for every entry will go straight to CALM.

Can I run for a different charity?
Yes – £2 of your entry fee will go to CALM, but if you have a different charity close to your heart then please do support it by raising money.

Is the race time recorded?
The race will use a chip which is embedded in the bib to record your time. Please ensure you don’t deviate from the course, as you may not have your time correctly recorded.

Do I need to sign in or register?
No, there’s no need to sign in or register on arrival. Your race number will be included in your race pack, sent in the post a week before the event.

I didn’t receive my number in the post, I rang and they told me to collect it at the helpdesk?
If you haven’t received your race number in the post, print out and bring along your confirmation email on the day to show us the details of purchase. We will then ask you to fill out a form and give you a new number for the race.

I signed up yesterday, so I haven’t received my number?
On the day, we will ask for your name and details. If we can find your online registration, we will have your original number. If you are not in the system, we will ask for proof of purchase so please bring your confirmation email. We will then ask you to fill out a new entry form and issue you with a new number.

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