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RUNNER NUMBER COLLECTION all you need is your name and you can collect for a friend/family member. There are THREE options:

1.  Simply Sports: 28 High St, RH2 9AY, 13-16 September, 9-6pm.
2. Priory Park: 17 September, 11-2pm.
3. Event Village Info Tent: 18 September, please be prepared to queue.

*Anyone registering 5th-14th Sept will need to collect their race number on the 17th or 18th Sept.

POST Runners who paid for postage had their numbers posted on the 6th September by second class post. If it has not arrived by 14th September please collect a replacement on the 17/18th September.

T-SHIRTS/VESTS are available for collection with your runner number. However, if your runner number was posted to you then you will be able to collect your lovely T-shirt/Vest on the 17/18th September at the locations above


KNOW YOUR ROUTE! Our esure RaceCrew Marshals will be on hand to direct you but it is good to know your route in advance to avoid any confusion at turn points. No-one wants to end up on the wrong route!
Check out the routes here. 

WATER! Our friends at Reigate Grammar School will be at our water stations keeping you hydrated out on the routes. There are 4 water stations on the Half Marathon route and 2 on the 10k. Of course, there is water for every runner at the finish line.

With SES Water we will be eliminating thousands of single use plastic bottles from the event. If you prefer to drink from a bottle please bring one as bottled water will not be available.

TOILETS! Will be available on the Half Marathon and 10k routes as well as in the Event Village.

PACERS Xempo will be joining us again this year providing their brilliant pacers for the Half Marathon look out for them in the start area..

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RACE DAY TRAVEL – to avoid on the day pre-race stress, we recommend you plan your journey to the start line in advance.

Check out the road closure times and make sure that you know where you will park. All car parks are hosted by local charities with a suggested donation of £4 going directly to the charities.

Reigate as the nearest station is an easy 10 minute walk to the park and Redhill train station is only a short taxi ride away.

Road Closure Map | Car Parks | Trains

Where possible we would encourage you to use public transport, car share, walk or cycle to the event.


FREE BAG DROP is available in the Event Village, please arrive with the label from your runner number already attached to your bag. Bag drop is open air so you may want to use something weatherproof!

TOILETS! Plenty of these will be close to the Start/Finish Line.

INFO TENT is opposite bag drop we will be open from 7:30am for race number and T-shirt/Vest collection. If you have queries, name/distance transfers, etc please come and see us on Saturday. 

THE EVENT VILLAGE will have plenty of options for that crucial pre race coffee and if needed, breakfast.

RUNNING CLUBS are welcome to set up a meet point for their runners in our Running Club Zone.

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We will hold a minute’s silence in honour of Her Majesty the Queen immediately before the first warm up.

8:55 10K | 9:10 Half Marathon | 9:20 5K & Teens 5K

10k 9.00am | Half Marathon 9.15am |5K 9:20am |Teens 5k 9:25am
KIDS RACES 12:00 Years 9, 10 & 11 | 12:05 Years 7 & 8 | 12:15 Year 6 | 12:30 Year 5 | 12:45 Year 4 | 13:00 Year 3 | 13:15 Year 2 | 13:30 Year 1 & Reception

START AREA is self-selecting according to your race/estimated finish time. See here.


We love our spectators and we know our runners do too, the noisier the better. Please encourage friends and family to come along and support you and all our runners on the day.

We have music along the route for you. The closer you get to the park the noisier it will get to cheer you on to the finish line, the Dunnottar Drummers at the Beehive Pub, the GOF cheer squad to get you up “that hill”. More Dunnottar Drummers at the top and then the fabulous Bloca de Sol samba band as you return to the park.

Once you have crossed the finish line you will be able to relax in our Event Village with entertainment and an awesome selection of food and drink to suit all tastes.

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Once you have collected your fantastic medal, buff* and post run snacks, head to our Event Village for music, food and drink to suit all tastes. We’ll have gin, beer, coffee, burgers, pizza, doughnuts, ice cream and even a double decker bus bar plus more.

You can also check out our Supporter and Community stands as well as our Official Charities who raise such vital funds to support their work in our community – please show your support by popping by to say hello.

*We really hope these will arrive in time, however, due to strikes at Folkestone port they are still stuck on a ship (updated 12th September).



Our Kids Race is now sold out but if you missed out on a place, kids can still join us in the Event Village to support the runners and have fun in our FREE Kids Active Zone.

With an assault course, last man standing activity and the Andrews climbing wall to keep them busy and happy, you will be able to relax after the race! 

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On the day your result will be:

  1. Sent to you by SMS (if you gave us your number)
  2. Available on our website
  3. At the esure stand in the Event Village

Your FREE race photos will be available to download 24 hours after the race so be sure to flash your best smile and a thumbs up when you see our photographers out on the route!


Runner feedback is so important for us to continue to meet your event day expectations so please head to racecheck.com to tell us about your experience.

It takes just a few minutes of your time and we respond to every review. Every year we collate all the feedback and make updates to the following year’s event to keep the experience fresh and engaging.

Please do leave us constructive feedback 🙂

We offer a limited number of FREE race places for any of our events if you leave us a review.

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Coronavirus Update

We are sure you are all wondering if British Airways Run Gatwick scheduled to take place in just 8 weeks time is still going ahead. In light of the fast moving developments around COVID-19, regretfully we have taken the decision this weekend to postpone the event. Whilst we are extremely disappointed for us and all of you who have been training, our first priority is always to protect the health and well-being of our runners, volunteers, partners and the wider community and this is coupled with the need to not put additional pressure on our local and emergency services.

Our new date for the event will be Sunday 18th October and we absolutely intend to deliver the full British Airways Run Gatwick experience for everyone but as you can appreciate, the next few months are uncertain and therefore we will keep you updated regularly.

We are also aware that many other running events are also postponing to the Autumn period and British Airways Run Gatwick may clash with them and we know that many of you will have to choose between us and other great events. There’s nothing we can say other than we really hope you will still join us. Your entry will automatically be carried over to the new date so there is no action for you to take.

We know you may have some questions particularly around deferrals and transfers, so please bear with us over the coming days as we want to ensure a streamlined and consistent response to you all. Updates will be emailed directly and posted on the Run Gatwick website and our social media channels. Please could we ask you to wait for those updates rather than emailing or asking for updates via social media, this will really help our small team in these difficult circumstances.

Our running and local community are incredibly supportive and we’d like to thank you in advance for your patience, understanding and continued support whilst we work on new plans to deliver a fantastic event experience for everyone in October.

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