Arrival

Allow at least 1 hour before your start time for parking, collection and fitting of timing chip, bag drop and use of facilities.  Please arrive in clothes you’ll be racing in.

There is ample grass field parking available near event village.

Registration on the day– Important

Please bring the following items to REGISTRATION ON RACE DAY:

1. THE RACE INFORMATION EMAIL sent to you three weeks before raceday (Your race number is on it)

2. VALID PHOTO ID (a photocopy is recommended). Be ready for it to be verified

  • Choose the relevant number lane according to your race number (found on your Race Information email)
  • You’ll be issued with your TIMING CHIP & CABLE TIES to fit to your shoe at registration

Write your race number on your forehead/arms with permanent marker pen provided  so our marshals can identify you. There’s NO race number bib to wear on race day.

REMEMBER: NO TIMING CHIP = NO RACE = NO RESULTS = NO EXCEPTIONS!

Race Start

Arrive at least 1 hour before your start time to allow for parking, collection and fitting of  your timing chip, bag drop and use of facilities.

Arrive in clothes you’ll be racing in.

  • You’ll be called to the START ZONE 15 minutes prior to your start time for a compulsory race briefing + muddy good warm-up.
  • All timing chips will be checked on entry to the start area.
  • All timing chips will be checked at the finish – if you don’t have one, you may be asked by our Crew to prove your registration.

Please make sure you have access to warm clothes when you finish

REMEMBER: NO TIMING CHIP = NO RACE = NO RESULTS = NO EXCEPTIONS!

Misbehaviour

Nuclear Races reserves the right to remove racers from the course if there is evidence of misuse of alcohol or drugs.

Finish Line

What will happen when you cross the Finish Line at Nuclear Races?

When you cross the Finish Line:

  • Your official race time will be recorded and timing chip removed.
  • Don’t forget to have your survivor photo taken by our photographer. Download all photos of the event for free facebook.com/TheNuclearRaces.

Finish Zone

  1. Survivor medal
  2. Survivor top
  3. Walk through hot showers
  4. Bag collection area
  5. Hot cup of tea
  6. Heated changing tents

Meeting up with friends and family

There is a sign-posted meeting point outside the Boom Bar.

It’s best not to rely on your mobile phone to meet up with others on race day. There will be thousands of people using their phones in the area, so mobile networks will be busy and you may not get a signal.

It’s also a good idea to have a contact friend or family member at home so you can call them and pass on messages. Although there are regular loud speaker announcements on Race Day, these are not used to communicate with lost friends and family.