How much is it to sign up?
It's £30 if you're taking part in the Regents Park Run, or £10 if taking part virtually.
The Fundraising Target is £50.
Need help signing up a large team from your organisation?
Will LandAid send me any important information prior to the event?
We'll be in regular contact by email with tips, hints, and updates to help keep you motivated with your training and fundraising, as well as all the important information you'll need for the day itself.
Sometimes our emails get caught in spam or quarantine filters, so if you haven't heard from us, check your junk files, and make sure firstname.lastname@example.org is added to your safe senders list.
Regents Park Run Information
Will there be a team competition?
There is a team competition for the 10K run only. The team must be made up of 2 females and 2 males.
If you wish to run 5K or 15K, you won't be able to take part in the team competition.
More information on signing up to the team competition will be shared in early May.
What time will the Regents Park Run start?
The event starts at 5pm, with runners setting off in waves based on their distance, with 15k runners setting off first.
Where does the Regents Park Run start?
The Regents Park Event Village will be based next to the Regents Park Hub.
It's in the North of the park and can be found here: https://goo.gl/maps/SacTTx3vBDdun6ki6
Will there be toilets?
There are toilet facilities throughout Regents Park and there are toilets next to the event village that will be signposted in the Regents Park Hub.
Will there be a bag drop?
There will be a bag drop in the events village which will be manned throughout the event but please keep any valuables with you to a minimum.
Can I leave my bike?
There will be bike storage in the events village where you can securely leave your bike.
Is it a race?
Yes, all distances will be chip timed but all runners are welcome.
Can my friends and family come?
Yes, friends and family are welcome to join, or take part in the race!
General Event Questions
Can you help with my training?
Yes of course – get in touch and we can share our training plans. We’re also hoping to hold some training runs before the event
How can I track my fitness activity?
Your profile page includes your personal distance tally so you can track your distance towards your target. This is a great way to keep your friends updated on your workouts!
If you track your workouts with Fitbit, MapMyFitness or Strava your distances will automatically add to your tally.
Follow these steps to track your KMs automatically:
2. Log in to your [charity or event name] account.
3. Under the heading ‘Connect your preferred Fitness app’, click your chosen app.
4. Follow the prompts to connect your account
5. When you next work out, select ‘start your workout’ in the app on your phone. Once you end your workout, save your workout and your distance will be published to the tally on your page the following day.
If you have synced your app already but it is not working, please log in and re-connect it.
When using Fitbit, you must ‘start’ an activity and save it. Your daily steps will not automatically add to your page. If you are having issues, try syncing through BOTH your Fitbit and the Fitbit app on your smartphone.
When using MapMyFitness, you must ‘start’ your workout, ‘stop’ your workout and then ‘SAVE’ your workout.
Your tally will be updated each day with the previous day’s distances.
Remember, you can manually add your kilometres to the tally in your My Fitness Activity tab of your profile after registering. This is a great option if you’re using a pedometer or a different method of tracking your distances.
Follow these steps to manually add your KMs:
1. Log in to your account and select ‘My Fitness Activity’
2. Under ‘Add activity’, enter the date and distance
3. The number of KMs will now appear on your fundraising page!
Do I have to complete the 10K on Tuesday 24th May?
If you're taking part in the event virtually - we'd love as many people to run on the 24th May as possible but if you can't find time to complete the distance on that day - that's absolutely fine - feel free to do so on a day that's convienent to you.