COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Guidance for Road Race and Multi-Terrain Race Organisers

Under the Government Road Map we will be able to return to organised outdoor sport from 29 March and as such will resume licenced road and multi-terrain races in England from that date.

We have reviewed and updated our guidance documents, which can be accessed from the Downloads section to the right of this message. As always these documents are subject to change at short notice should there be any changes in government guidance.

If you have any queries then please contact - glightwood@uka.org.uk

 

England Athletics return to athletics and running - https://www.englandathletics.org/athletics-and-running/news/guidance-update-2021/

 

 

The reason for this is that Covid-19 guidance to race organisers on staging off-track events that meet the Government Guidelines issued on 10 July are currently being finalised. This guidance will soon be published on the runbritain site and also sent to all race organisers who have agreed to receive communication from runbritain.
It will be a condition of licenced races that they indicate that they have read the Covid-19 guidelines when they are issued; have understood these new requirements and agreed to implement them as appropriate to their event. 
Please note that the Covid-19 guidelines will require: -
Race organisers to draft additional plans such as a Covid-19 Risk Assessment
A number of measures to be introduced which may require extra resource in terms of time, equipment, personnel and budget
Additional communication with participants to update them on arrangements made by an event to mitigate against the risk of catching Covid-19
It should also be borne in mind that additional liaison with stakeholders such as Local Authorities and landowners could be required to gain their approval of the event.
We hope that you understand and agree with this position. If you have any queries then please contact glightwood@uka.org.ukThe UK Government have announced that outdoor sport and physical activity participation events in England will be able to take place from 11th July.
Whilst we welcome this development and look forward to the return of our sport, please note that all runbritain licenced races are cancelled until 31st July and this position will remain.
The reason for this is that Covid-19 guidance to race organisers on staging off-track events that meet the Government Guidelines issued on 10 July are currently being finalised. This guidance will soon be published on the runbritain site and also sent to all race organisers who have agreed to receive communication from runbritain.
It will be a condition of licenced races that they indicate that they have read the Covid-19 guidelines when they are issued; have understood these new requirements and agreed to implement them as appropriate to their event.
Please note that the Covid-19 guidelines will require: -
• Race organisers to draft additional plans such as a Covid-19 Risk Assessment
• A number of measures to be introduced which may require extra resource in terms of time, equipment, personnel and budget
• Additional communication with participants to update them on arrangements made by an event to mitigate against the risk of catching Covid-19
It should also be borne in mind that additional liaison with stakeholders such as Local Authorities and landowners could be required to gain their approval of the event.
We hope that you understand and agree with this position. If you have any queries then please contact glightwood@uka.org.ukThe UK Government have announced that outdoor sport and physical activity participation events in England will be able to take place from 11th July. 
Whilst we welcome this development and look forward to the return of our sport, please note that all runbritain licenced races are cancelled until 31st July and this position will remain.
The reason for this is that Covid-19 guidance to race organisers on staging off-track events that meet the Government Guidelines issued on 10 July are currently being finalised. This guidance will soon be published on the runbritain site and also sent to all race organisers who have agreed to receive communication from runbritain.
It will be a condition of licenced races that they indicate that they have read the Covid-19 guidelines when they are issued; have understood these new requirements and agreed to implement them as appropriate to their event. 
Please note that the Covid-19 guidelines will require: -
Race organisers to draft additional plans such as a Covid-19 Risk Assessment
A number of measures to be introduced which may require extra resource in terms of time, equipment, personnel and budget
Additional communication with participants to update them on arrangements made by an event to mitigate against the risk of catching Covid-19
It should also be borne in mind that additional liaison with stakeholders such as Local Authorities and landowners could be required to gain their approval of the event.
We hope that you understand and agree with this position. If you have any queries then please contact glightwood@uka.org.uk

Track and field events

England Athletics has the following announcement with regard to track and field events.

https://www.englandathletics.org/athletics-and-running/news/latest-guidance-restarting-outdoor-events-and-reopening-indoor-facilities

Whilst we welcome this development and look forward to the return of our