Run Garioch is delighted to welcome RIM Fabrications Ltd back as sponsor of our challenging but rewarding 1/2 Marathon for a second year.
Runners must be 17 years of age or older on race day to take part in the RIM Fabrications 1/2 Marathon.
Race packs, including t-shirts, bibs, safety pins and timing chips, will be posted to all runners in the weeks before the event.
Entries are non-refundable and non-transferrable. NO ENTRIES ON THE DAY.
Our official charity partners have guaranteed places in the RIM Fabrications Ltd 1/2 Marathon.
If you'd like to run for:
* The Gathimba Edwards Foundation
* Inspire PTL
* Friends of the Special Nursery
please get in touch with them directly to receive their training and fundraising support.
Contact details for all our charities are available on our Partners page.
All runners: £22 + £1.50 service charge
RACE CAPACITY: 650
RIM 1/2 Marathon Call-up 1020
RIM 1/2 Marathon Race 1030
RIM 1/2 Marathon Prizegiving 1230
Visit the prizes page for a full list of prizes.
There will be ascending mile marks on the course.
There will be three water stops on the route, at approximately 4 (Bernhervie), 6.5 (before Chapel of Garioch) and 10.5 miles (Dubstone), stocked with small bottles supplied by Fisher Offshore of Oldmeldrum.
There will also be water available at the Finish.
Please note the RIM 1/2 Marathon course may not be supported after three hours.
The RIM Fabrications 1/2 Marathon will share the same route as the 10K until the turn-off at Polinar Dam. At that point, RIM Fabrications 1/2 Marathon runners will take a left towards Burnhervie. They will then proceed to Chapel of Garioch, enjoying spectacular views of Bennachie along the way. A short downhill section then follows, before the now infamous climb at Dubstone. After Dubstone, runners will continue down Blackhall Road until taking a left at John Sorrie Drive. They will follow John Sorrie Drive all the way around until they return to Blackhall Road, take a left at the roundabout and return directly to the Garioch Sports Centre via the underpass and Burghmuir Drive.
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