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Become a pace runner

Pacer Runners will be there throughout the event in the marathon, half marathon and 10km distances to help you achieve your running goals.

If you have a set time in mind that you would like to achieve, then our Pace Runners will play a huge part in your race!

Pace Runners can be identified by yellow pacer singlets and they will have helium balloons attached to them with the pace time and distance clearly marked on it. Make sure the start zone that you enter when registering reflects your goal pace time and be sure to assemble at the start line with your pacer who will encourage you throughout the race.

Interested in being a pacer runner for the event on Sunday 6th April 2025? We’d love to hear from you.

Pace Runners play a huge part in our event and the participant’s experience throughout the race.

Being a Pace Runner is a hugely rewarding experience where you will be part of some really memorable moments for our participants.

To ensure you perform the task successfully, you need to be certain that you can comfortably run at the pace you apply for while also providing the participants with encouragement for their race to help them achieve their goals.

All Pace Runners will receive a PACER singlet and free entry into their pace distance event.

Please complete the form below and we will be in touch when the application process is finalised.

Pacer Application Form

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