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Virtual Bath Half Marathon


The Virtual Bath Half is now closed

Closing date – 15 April 2020

We are delighted to have been able to have put arrangements in place for registered entrants, who decided not to attend on race day out of concern about the Coronavirus, to still complete the ‘Virtual Bath Half’ and to receive their official finisher medal and T-shirt. (T -shirt only applies to Half Marathon entrants, not Family Fun Run entrants)

With the support of our partners, RealBuzz Group, we launched a new registration platform allowing registered Bath Half entrants to sign up, with a month to complete the half marathon on a route of their own choosing, closing date 15th April 2020.  After uploading verification of their run, finishers will receive an official digital finishers medal and certificate, and shortly afterwards we will post them their actual finishers medal and T-shirt

This offer was also open to runners who had already completed their ‘Virtual Bath Half’ prior to our announcement

The Bath Half Marathon organisers are covering the costs of recovering and transporting the finisher medals and T-shirts from the finisher goody bags, registration fees on the RealBuzz Group ‘Virtual Bath Half’ platform, and packing medals and T-shirts to finishers. The only cost to runners will be the £2.90 cost of postage. There is no postage charge for Family Fun Run entrants

Entrants are required to login into their RealBuzz account, or to set up an account if you don’t already have one, before registering for this event

Thanks for the support of the local Facebook ‘Virtual Bath Half’ group inspired by Sarah Wilkinson see details

We fully appreciate public concerns about virus transmission and we respect individual runners’ decision not to attend on race day.  So we are delighted we have been able to recognise your achievement in running the ‘Virtual Bath Half’

Delivery timings will depend on availability of staff and resources.  Subject to availability, terms and conditions apply

For all queries please use our on-line CONTACT US form

Run Safely

  • Current government advice allows for one daily outdoor exercise session, with no limit on duration or distance
  • Stick to quieter trails or paths that you can run to from home. Try running early in the morning or later in the evening rather than at peak times
  • Respect the importance of social distancing, keeping at least 2 metres from other people. Cross the road or path if you need to, or wait for people to pass
  • Don’t overdo it. Pushing yourself too hard can lower your immune system, making you more vulnerable to illness
  • Listen to your body, if you have any COVID-19 symptoms do not run and follow the government’s self-isolation advice
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