Sunday 21st October, 2018
Hoka One One Titanic Quarter 5k and 10k returns on 21st October! Whether it’s your first, furthest or fastest run, let’s celebrate women’s running together with Northern Ireland’s leading women’s-only running event!Enter now
Everything you need to know
The Hoka One One Runher Titanic 5K and 10K event starts at 09:30 am on Sunday, October 21st 2018 in the Paddock area just behind the main Titanic building and beside the slipway.
A Dash for Kids of approx. 400 metres for the U11s will take place at 9am with the option for the older kids of running two loops.
There will be a warm-up at 9.20am before the main event.
The 5K and 10K will start together with the numbers colour-coded. The faster runners should move to the front and walkers to the back.
There is no parking in the Paddock area (it is reserved for Officials and Marshals).
There is paid car parking in the underground car park at Titanic or opposite the Titanic Hotel - all close to the start.
You might consider being dropped off, car-sharing,taking the new Glider bus or taking the train to the Titanic halt and walking over.
Be aware tickets will be issued for any illegal parking on the roads around the area.
Roads are not closed so please be careful and be directed by marshals and the harbour police.
The course for both the 5K and 10K leaves from the Paddock area at Titanic and turns left up the Queen’s Road,weaving around the Harbour Estate and back, via Commercial Park, onto the Queen’s Road.
There’s then another left turn onto a ‘disused’ road leaving the dry dock and the yellow cranes on the left.
Just passed the 3K mark the routes diverge with the 5K doing a U turn and retracing its steps to the finish and the 10K heading out over recently resurfaced ground(passed Funderland!) onto the Sydenham Road (where you should run in the cycle lane).
Then it’s through the roundabout and onto the Airport Road( please stay to the left on the footpath or inside the cones) crossing at the lights at Bombardier into Victoria Park at 5K.
It’s about a mile clockwise around Victoria Park where there is a water station crossing back over Sam Thompson bridge and retracing the route back to the finish in the Paddock area.
You will be delighted to know that the course is flat.
Online entry closes midnight Sunday 14th October 2018. Race entry is £20 up to 11th October 2018 and £25 thereafter. Race entry includes: Championchip timing, Runher event t-shirt, Runher goody bag, Hoka/Pure Running discount voucher and Apex physio FREE treatment voucher worth £40. You can enter at Pure Running (by paper entry) after online closes. Strictly no race entries on the day.
Online entry includes Active.com administration fee.
Pack collection and expo
Pure Running, 60 Wellington Place, Belfast - Tuesday, October 16 2018 noon- 5.30pm.
Pure Running - Wednesday, 17th October 2018 10am- 5.30pm.
Pure Running - Thursday, 18th October 2018 10am- 8.00pm (Team pack collection day)
Pure Running - Friday, 19th October 2018 10am - 5.30pm.
Pure Running - Saturday 20th October 2018 10am-5.30pm.
Important: there will be no event day registration.
Collecting on behalf of someone else?
Please have the following info:
- Are they doing 5k or 10k?
- Exact full name on their entry
- Either their email address or date of birth or other identifying piece of info - in case we have more than one entry with the same name!
Multiple pack pick-up?
if you are planning to collect multiple packs and you can let us know details in advance - email firstname.lastname@example.org - we will try to have these ready so it's quick and easy for everyone when you're in!
Exclusive offers at Pure Running during pack collection
We would like to offer all our ladies 15%* off shoes and 25%* off clothing and accessories in store from October 16-20 2018 inclusive.
*Not valid in conjunction with any other offers, including club discount, sale items or prize vouchers.
Look out for our final pre-event email in the build-up to the event!
What's available at the start/finish
There will be chemical toilets near the start, water, bananas and a massage courtesy of Apex Physio for finishers; and tea/coffee and light snacks available to buy.
The Goody bag at Registration will include a technical T-shirt and your number(which has your timing chip within it).
If you have 8 women taking part in the Team Challenge, there is a special Goody bag worth over £75 including a special Hoka One One hoodie for the team leader(who will have done all the work getting you out there!).
There are prizes for the 1-2-3 in the 5K and 10K.
We value your participation and your feedback and we very much hope that you enjoy our event.
Thank you for joining us.
The Runher team
Calling all running clubs, run groups, workplaces, school mums, gyms, charities, families and friends – It’s a special day out for all you ladies. Run together and celebrate success together. While our course will have some fast ladies getting a PB (its a fast, flat course!), our motto is it's all about the finish line, not finish time.
For each team of eight ladies, one team leader will get a very special and exclusive Runher goody bag. This will have a 30% off Hoka One One voucher, Runher hoodie, Stance run socks and Apex Clinic treatment voucher worth £40. Ladies, get your teams on board and join us for a great day out.
If you’d like more details on this, please get in touch; email@example.com or call Pure Running 02890 325151.
Hoka Runher Series breaks new ground
A new title sponsor and a first for women’s-only running in Ireland provide the headlines for the 2018 Hoka Runher Series.
The first event up will be the Runher Coastal Challenge on Friday evening, May 25th, featuring — for the first time — a women’s half-marathon following the Belfast Lough shore path from Holywood to Bangor, retracing its steps to finish in Crawfordsburn Country Park.
The 21K/13.1 mile women’s-only event will be the first of its kind in Ireland with only two others listed in Europe this year in Odense, Denmark and Madrid, Spain.
The Runher half-marathon will sit alongside the popular and well-established 5 km and 10 km events on the night. The series will once again be run in association with Pure Running, and business owner and race director Michael Jenkins says:
I guess we’ve been building up to this for the eleven years that Runher has been going — starting out with a 5K, then an 8K, a 10K and now 21K.
The Runher community has been growing with us and extending its ambitions and we’re excited about offering this fresh challenge along that most scenic of run routes and hopefully providing a great start to the Bank Holiday weekend.
We are also delighted that Hoka One One, the world’s fastest growing running shoe company, has come onboard to join us in this new venture, and our long-time media partner the Belfast Telegraph will still be with us to capture the build-up and the series on its digital platform.”
Elizabeth Brown, Sports Marketing Manager for Hoka One One says,
Winning with women is a key focus for us in 2018. With the expansion of the Runher Series to include a half marathon event this year, we’re therefore very excited to be announced as title partner and look forward to supporting female runners across the island of Ireland with our products and education.”
There will be three start points: Rockport School for the 5 km event (6:30 pm), Seapark, Holywood for the 10 km event (7:15 pm) and The Dirty Duck on Kinnegar Road, Holywood for the half marathon (6:30 pm) with all three finishing in Crawfordsburn Country Park where a barbecue, some kids’ entertainment and a post-race massage from Apex Physio will be available.
The Series will conclude with Runher Titanic 5K and 10K on Sunday morning, October 21st 2018 in the Titanic Quarter.
Hoka Runher TQ 5k & 10K official run partner is Pure Running. Team Pure Running founded Runher in 2007 and continue to support local running and womens running in N.Ireland. We help runners of all fitness abilities, whether you’re a novice or 'old hand’.
Do pop in - we love to help! We’ll be doing Runher exclusives pre and post event. We stock womens run clothing, socks, running shoes and accessories. Let us know that you’re running Runher TQ and you’ll get 10% off. See you soon :-)
Who are Pure Running?
We stock Saucony, New Balance, Mizuno, Asics, Nike, Inov-8, Ronhill, Hilly, Stance and lots more. Talk to us about running nutrition also.
Belfast running shop stocking all the best running brands. We are a Hoka Premier Dealer, and sell innovative and leading new brands in running such as Altra Zero Drop, On Running and 361.
We love to run. We use this knowledge to advise and give our customers expert advice. We use digital gait analysis to help choose the perfect running shoes for you. Our team has over 100 years of running experience combined - Don’t tell anyone as it makes us feel old :-)
We support and work with the local running community in N.Ireland. Along with Championchip, we developed the ‘Pure Running Half marathon series’. Our team founded ‘Runher’ developing from 200 ladies running in 2007 to over 3000 last year. Over the years, we have worked with many brilliant run club and groups including North Down Ac for Bangor 10k and North Belfast Harriers with Laganside 10k.
We have a new online store coming this autumn — www.purerunning.co.uk
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Pure Running - Nothing Else Matters
There will be a bag drop service available to transfer your kit from the event start at Seapark to the finish at Crawfordsburn Country Park. Transport will also be provided from the finish at Crawfordsburn back to both Rockport School and Seapark. See thetab for further details.