Following postponement due to the global pandemic of COVID-19, the 2020 event will now take place on Saturday 19 September 2020 in Preston Park.
We have contacted all participants by email as follows:
- No changes with regards to your race
- Changes to your child’s race due to a birthday
- Informing you if your child is now too old for and can no longer take part in the Mini Mile
If you can no longer make the event, please let us know at [email protected] so that we are able to release your place to another child.
Cancer Research UK for Children & Young People
The title partner for the event is Cancer Research UK for Children & Young People. By fundraising for them you can help fund important research into children’s and young people’s cancers.
How do I know which age category to enter my child into?
Minimum Age: 7 years old
Maximum Age: 17 years old
If the runners birthday falls on race day then they must enter into the category of the age they are turning. For example, if a runners 11th Birthday is the 19th September, then they must be entered into the U13 category.
UNDER 9 – The runner must be 7 or 8 years old on the 19th September 2020.
UNDER 11 – The runner must be 9 or 10 years old on the 19th September 2020.
UNDER 13 – The runner must be 11 or 12 years old on the 19th September 2020.
UNDER 15 – The runner must be 13 or 14 years old on the 19th September 2020.
UNDER 18 – The runner must be 15, 16 or 17 years old on the 19th September 2020.
2020 Participant Instructions will be available here, closer to the event in 2020. Please check back.
When you sign up you will receive a confirmation email with a QR code, confirming your place.
Please keep this safe and file it, as you will need it to collect your Race Pack. You can bring a printed version or have it on your mobile phone.
It will also be re-sent before the event.
You can change most of your personal details on your account by accessing your account via: https://raceroster.com. Once logged in, please select the drop down in the top right corner, and then ‘Participant Dashboard’, from here you can update your details.
Race Pack Collection
All participants must collect their Race Packs from either the Brighton Marathon Weekend Beach Village on Friday 18th September or from the Mini Mile Village in Preston Park on Saturday 19th September 2020 before your race(s).
Your Race Pack will contain:
- Race number
- Timing chip to fix to your shoe
- Safety pins
- Race T-shirt (the colour relates to the race you are participating in and you must wear it on the day)
Full details of your kit bag, timing chip and baggage process will be detailed in the Participant Instructions
You will also receive a goody bag when you are given your medal on Race Day.
What you need to collect your pack
- Your confirmation email – Please either bring a printed copy or save it to your smartphone to show our staff
If you can’t collect your Race Pack
If you are unable to collect your Race Pack before the event you can do so at the Race Pack Collection Point on the morning of the event, located within the Mini Mile Village at Preston Park.
Race Pack Collection and the Information Point will be available on Saturday 19th September 2020, 10am – 3pm.
The 2020 course map is now available to view here.
|11am||Under 9 Girls|
|11.10am||Under 9 Boys|
|11.20am||Under 9 Girls|
|11.30am||Under 9 Boys|
|11.40am||Under 9 Mixed|
|11.50am||Under 9 Mixed|
|12.20pm||Under 11 Girls|
|12.30pm||Under 11 Boys|
|12.40pm||Under 11 Girls|
|12.50pm||Under 11 Boys|
|1pm||Under 11 Girls|
|1.10pm||Under 11 Boys|
|1.40pm||Under 13 Girls|
|1.50pm||Under 13 Boys|
|2pm||Under 13 Girls|
|2.10pm||Under 13 Boys|
|2.20pm||Under 15 and Under 18 Girls|
|2.30pm||Under 15 and Under 18 Boys|
Your child’s security
As a parent or responsible adult for the child runner you remain responsible for the whereabouts and behaviour of your child at all times. We will however ensure that marshals and stewards that come in direct contact with the children are appropriately CRB checked.
We will have a LOST person notification point, which will be at the Information point within the Mini Mile Village. Please report to this area if you are a lost child or if you have lost a child.
We will send all participants e-newsletters. These will contain helpful advice articles as well as event updates on a range of topics including essential information such as Participant Instructions, maps, event status, travel and race pack collection. We advise that all participants receive these but you can opt out from them if you wish. If you do opt out and decide you would like to opt back in, please email [email protected]
There is some free parking in the roads directly adjacent to the park, and in residential roads nearby.
You can also find out about all pay and display and NCP parking in the city HERE
Do bear in mind that there will be many other parents trying to park on the day so using public car parks close by or taking public transport may be advisable.