If you have to withdraw your place please log in to ‘My Details’ and click the ‘Upcoming Events’ section and choose the ‘Withdraw Entry’ option. All entry fees are non-refundable, and may not be deferred towards a future event.
No transfers are allowed between races. We have a set entry capacity for each event and resources (water, energy drinks, medals, medical crews, marshals etc) are set months before the event to cater for this number. Allowing runners to change race would have dramatic effects on race day so we do not allow runners to change events for the safety of all our runners.
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TRANSFER YOUR ENTRY:
Transfers for the Scottish Half Marathon + 10K races close at 5pm on Monday 2nd September 2019.
Details on how you can transfer an entry can be found here.
The transfer system is for transferring your own place to another runner wishing to do the same race as you. You can’t transfer your place to another race.
We have set up a transfer system to go some way to stop unregulated number swapping. Number swapping can cause medical problems on race day and any runner to be found unlawfully swapping their number will be banned from all future races. You can transfer your place to another runner looking to run in the same race as you entered.
We do not allow runners to transfer between races for the health and safety of all our participants. Supplies are allocated per race, if we allow runners to move between races then one race would have over supply in one race and the under supply in another race. When organizing a large scale running event race supplies (water, medals etc etc) are specific to the race and are organized and ordered months in advance.
You can transfer your place to another runner looking to run in the same race as you entered. You will need to find the runner to transfer your place to, as event organisers do not manage list of transferring runners.
Your place in the event will be automatically withdrawn once you send the unique transfer code to a new runner. Even if the transfer code is not used by a new runner your place in the event will not be reinstated. Your place will be bound by the withdrawal conditions. The transferred place must be activated by 5pm on Monday 2nd September 2019 – no exceptions.
No transfers are allowed between races. We have a set entry capacity for each event and resources (water, energy drinks, medals, medical crews, marshals etc) are set months before the event to cater for this number. Allowing possibly thousands of runners to change event would have dramatic effects on race day so we do not allow runners to change events for the safety of all our runners.
Transferring your place to another runner will require the payment of a £15 fee payable by the new runner. It is up to you whether the new runner pays you the cost of the original entry or whether you give it to them for free, the organisers will not get involved in this arrangement.
Bus tickets and parking tickets are non refundable and the system does not automatically transfer them as the original runner may still use them – the new runner will need to purchase their own transport tickets if needed. These must be purchased before event closing date or while stocks last which may be before the event closing date.
Runners with Charity Approved Places can not transfer their place to another runner.
If you are raising funds for charity but have paid for your place (i.e not got a charity place) you can transfer your place to another runner. If you do this you will have to decide if it is still right to take sponsorship pledges for an event you are not going to run. The new runners will not be obliged to fundraise for your charity. The new runner can of course decide to raise funds for the charity of their choice – we have over 200 charities listed on our website that would gratefully appreciate you running for them.