Race Day 2021 will be held on Sunday 14th March
Changes for 2021
We anticipate having to make significant changes to the race in 2021 to accomodate COVID restrictions. Details will be published closer to the event
As the sun comes up on race day, there is always a real sense of excitement and anticipation. Runners and spectators pour into the city centre, traffic begins to ebb away ready for the race and the city feels very different. There is no other day like it in Bath.
Details of race day timings, Runners Village and course maps, recommended spectator points and travel information will be posted on these pages. They will also be included in the handy pocket sized Race Day Guide included in your entrants’ race pack, which we post out to all runners a couple of weeks before the race.
Take the stress out of race day by making plans now. Here you can find all the information you need beforehand, so that on race day all you have to think about is running!
Our spectators usually line the whole Half Marathon route, making it one of the most atmospheric races in the UK. Here are some recommended viewing and entertainment points.
The Family Fun Run, sponsored by Bath College, starts and finishes on Great Pulteney Street, just after half marathon gets underway.
Here at the Bath Half we recognise that we have can have both a negative and positive effect on the environment. We are working towards a more sustainable future and we welcome your support and feedback on this journey.
The Battle of the Bands competition offers local musicians the chance to play on race day, adding to the unique atmosphere that makes the Bath Half one of the most popular road races in the UK.