***Postponed until 2023***
You can enter on line via the Run Britain race portal, entries are open online until the Friday before the event starts. After this you will be able to enter on the day , this will cost you £2 more than entering beforehand.
Notes from the Organiser
To help ensure you have a safe and enjoyable race please read this information carefully.
Race HQ and Registration – Registration will be open from 10:00 am at the Bandstand on Aberystwyth Promenade.
Car Parking – there is on street parking as well as several car parks located close to the Race HQ
Race Numbers – To be collected from Race HQ on the day of the race between 10:00am and 12:45pm. Your number must be fixed to the front of your vest so that it is clearly visible to marshals. Your number must not be folded or mutilated in any way. Pins are enclosed but will also be available from Race Registration.
Junior Consti Challange Fun Run – starts at 11:30am, all registrations must completed by no later that 11:20am. Under 7s to be accompanied by adult.
Race Etiquette – The Prom will be open to pedestrians during the race and runners should give precedence to them. If you see any fellow runners in difficulties you should check to see if they need assistance and alert the marshals.· Don’t be afraid to smile and say thanks to supporters and marshals as you go along.
Refreshments There will be drinks available at the finishing area during and after the event.
First Aid – St Johns Ambulance will be in attendance at the Race HQ and they will be in touch with marshals at various points around the course. If you feel unwell or need to get assistance for a fellow runner please see one of the team.
Bag Storage – There are no bag storage facilities at the Race HQ. Any items are left at the owners risk.
Toilets – Public toilets are available adjacent in the Race HQ and across the road near the pedestrian crossing.
Prizes and Awards – We aim to get results out as quickly as we can. For the Juniors we will present awards at around 12:30. For the main races we will aim to post preliminary results at around 14:30 however, we anticipate that awards will be presented at around 15:00.
Results – A full set of results will be available from our webpage at www.aberystwythac.co.uk
Headphones – Wearing headphones is not permitted in this race .
Race Day Updates – We will post regular updates about the race on the Aberystwyth AC webpage at www.aberystwythac.co.uk.
Contacts – If you need to contact anyone before the race please email email@example.com or call 07792516401
The race is run on a variety of surfaces and offers something for all runners to get their teeth into.
Starting on the promenade and heading south, the route circles through the harbour before taking on the first of the hill challenges.
The climb up Pen Dinas is on a grass track and treats runners to outstanding views along the Ystwyth valley before reaching the Monument at approximately 450ft and then descending once again to the road. Retracing their steps along the promenade runner’s then face the second challenge.
The rocky path climbing up Constitution Hill crosses back and forth over the cliff railway reaching just over 450ft before joining a tarmac road for the fast final descent back to the promenade and the opportunity of a sprint finish to the end.
Part of the race is the annual Town v Gown challenge between runners from Aberystwyth AC and the University Harriers. The first three runners from each club count and the winners have the honour of holding the Dolphin Trophy.
There are goody bags to all finishers in the adult race and junior race.
Male and female team prizes are awarded to the first three club team finishers.
The setting on the prom gives lots for spectators to see as the runners at leave the start, arrive at the finish and pass the midway point. And there’s plenty of opportunity for a drink and something to eat at nearby cafe’s and restaurants.