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Indian Queens half marathon

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Sunday 4th August 2024

Entries Open
Monday 1st April 2024
Entries Close
Friday 2nd August 2024
Entries So Far
217 Participants
Entry Fees
UKA Member   £21.00   
Non Member   £23.00   
Alison Beare

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SUNDAY 4th August 2024 START 10.30AM 

UK Athletics licence 2024-47717                                    Race 9 in Cornish Grand Prix series

Entry fee: Affiliated £  21.00                                            Unaffiliated £ 23.00

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 Closing date for all entries Friday 2nd August or earlier if race limit of 500 reached.  No entries on the day.  Shirts will be ordered by 10th July so late entries may not get preferred size. Categories are male born, female born, non binary/open. Open to anyone to enter and anyone can win the token prizes.

DATA PROTECTION You agree that we may publish your personal information and images as part of the results of the event and may pass  such information to the governing body or any affiliated organisation for the purpose of insurance, licences or for publishing the event results either for the event alone or combined with or compared to other events.  Results can include, but not be limited to, name, club affiliation, race times, age category, occupation.

DECLARATION Please enter me for Indian Queens half marathon.  I declare that I am medically fit to run and I understand that the organisers will make every reasonable effort to ensure my safety. I understand that the event is strenuous and that I am capable of competing. I will abide by race rules, instructions and guidelines given by officials and marshals and agree that the race director will have sole authority and the final decision relating to the safety and organisation of the race, times and placings. Be aware that marshals cannot legally stop traffic. I am 17 years or over on race day and agree to abide by UK Athletics rules. Participants under 18 must provide parental consent by completion of a form which can be obtained via the race director, contact details below. This form can be brought to registration.

You are strongly advised to train for the event and follow an appropriate training plan. Participants are encouraged to seek doctor’s advice before running if they do not currently engage in regular exercise or have a medical condition.  Should you have an existing medical condition you must provide details when registering for the event to the race director and write details of your condition and any medication you are taking on the reverse of your race number. By giving these details in advance, the medical team can be better prepared should you need their assistance.  Your number will also be marked in red.

All entrants shall be deemed to have made him/herself/themselves familiar with and agreed to be bound by the UKA Anti-Doping Rules and to submit to the authority of UK Anti-Doping in the application and enforcement of the Anti-Doping Rules.

The UKA Anti-Doping Rules apply to entrants participating in the sport of Athletics, for 12 months from the date of entry, whether or not the entrant is a citizen of, or resident in, the UK.


We can only offer full refunds, less processing fee of £5, up to 30 June. You may transfer to another runner up to entry closure via the SiEntries website.  Should the event be cancelled by us we will endeavour to rearrange to a new date and/or course and offer transfers to the new date.

Be aware that we are not responsible for any purchases you may have made, e.g. accommodation, travel, other than entry fees.

Race HQ:         Indian Queens Working Mens Club, St Francis Road TR9 6QN. 01726 860258. drama.usual.shifts


Toilets in multiple locations close by, no showers, changing facilities at Victory Hall. Bar open at end of race. Mobile catering.


Baggage facility:  Yes.


Chip timing:    Gun to finish times will be used for results and awards purposes. The chip to chip time is for your personal use otherwise it would become a time trial and not a race. The main chip will be on your ankle and will be removed in the finish funnel.


Race numbers: Complete the medical details on the reverse. You must wear your number on the front of your shirt. That is where the backup timekeepers will look for it.


When you have collected your number, please stay well away from the chip timing system unless you are crossing it to start or finish the race.  Should you need to drop out of the race please give your ankle chip to someone to return it to the club but ask that they keep away from the timing system.


Registration:   Will be from 8.30am to 10.00am in the club. Affiliated athletes to wear club vests. Should you have     dual club membership, it is your choice which club you run for but you must make that choice prior to close of entry.


Headphones:  The cause of so many arguments so any runner caught wearing any headphones, in whatever shape or  form, will be disqualifed.  Only races totally closed to traffic may overrule this and this race is not one of  them. Should you use hearing aids that might be mistaken for headphones, please advise the race director.



Race awards: Men     First 3 overall.

In line with      Ladies  First 3 overall.

Cornish Grand


First three in age groups U35, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80+ male and female.  Prizes also to first local male and female.


Presentation by 12.30pm


Medals and technical shirts in gender specific fit.


Results:           Will be available from Run Britain and Cornish running club sites as soon as possible after the race.

Enquiries:       Race director Alison Beare, Rose Cottage, Ruthvoes, St Columb TR9 6HT

                        Email:   Phone 07929 319307




From the start on Highgate Hill, up from Port & Starboard, turn right along Moorland Road before turning left towards Ruthvoes. Through Ruthvoes and loop back to Gnomeworld to enter the trail. Also, the site of the first & last water station.  Stay on the trail for approx. 2.5 miles to Toads Hole, the site of water station 2 & 3, then left into Tregoss village.  Turn right for a steady climb to Rosedown Kennels. Turn right to Pitsmingle where again you turn right to go back to Toads Hole and on to the trail. Exit at Gnomeworld, turn left and stay left until the marshal crosses you to the pavement towards Indian Queens and the finish at the working mens club. Be aware there are speed humps in the entrance to the club.


The trail section can be muddy and uneven but road shoes are fine.  You may encounter hazards such as cows, ponies, adders and ticks.  Please give all of them a wide berth.  Should you need to answer the call of nature, choose damp, shady areas. At the end of the race, check your skin for bites and seek medical advice if you are at all concerned.


All of the route is open to other users and the only part that is traffic free is the final 300 metres.


Cut off time is 3 hours.  After that, you will need to make your own way back. No dogs, cycles, pushchairs, walkers, and no outside assistance.  Not suitable for wheelchairs. 


Guaranteed to be hot.  At the end of the race, we recommend that you avoid sprinting towards the finish line and, when you have crossed it, you continue to keep walking for at least 10 minutes.  Your heart will have been pumping hard and steady so a sudden increase or stop is dangerous.  Let yourself slow down gradually.  If you feel faint, lie down and raise your legs above your head or get help from the medical team.




Travelling from West Cornwall: Take the Highgate Hill exit off the A30 (at the top of the hill where the 3 lanes merge into 2) At the bottom of the slip road take the 2nd left (signposted Indian Queens).

Travelling from East Cornwall: Take the Indian Queens/Newquay exit off the A30, take the 4th exit on the roundabout.

Travelling from Newquay area: Follow the A392 from Newquay via Quintrell Downs. At Halloon roundabout take the dual carriageway in the direction of the A30, at the roundabout under the A30 take the 1st left.

Travelling from North Cornwall: Follow the A39 to Halloon roundabout, take the 2nd exit and follow the dual carriageway in the direction of the A30, at the roundabout under the A30 take the 1st left.                                                                                                                                                      



There is no parking available at the club. Do not park on the main road or you may obstruct the race.  There is parking as shown on map:


The industrial estate TR9 6TL just off the A30 Indian Queens exit, turn left at Yeomans VW/Skoda, which will be marshalled. We do not have full use of the area as some businesses are open on Sundays, so please only park where directed.                        Gloves.record.bloodshot


Old School industrial estate TR9 6JP unmanned                                mend.owls.bakers

Victory Hall, St Francis Road TR9 6PP unmanned                               crisper.lectured.taser

Indian Queens School, Suncrest Estate TR9 6QZ unmanned             flagpole.good.informed

Recreation ground, St Francis Road  TR9 6QH unmanned                 walked.kite.hillside

Port & Starboard, Chapel Road TR9 6JZ unmanned                           diverts.sofas.rumble

Trevithick Supplies TR9 6PZ unmanned                                              loudness.bikes.rock


Various side roads


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Indian Queens Working Mens Club, St Francis Road, TR9 6QN