All LimeLight Sports Club events aim to be inclusive, offering people of all abilities the opportunity to take part.
Please read the information below about taking taking part if you have a disability and/or require assistance on event day.
Wheelchair entrants are permitted at the Oxford Half. At registration checkout, simply tick the wheelchair participant box and we'll be in touch to coordinate any necessary details with you.
Hand cycles, however, are not permitted and all wheelchair participants must be self-propelled without support.
If you meet our elite qualifying time and are also taking part in a racing wheelchair, then you will start at the front of the race, shortly before the main field. If you are taking part in a day chair then you will start the race at the back of the main field.
Disabled participants who need assistance:
If you are a visually impaired runner or your disability and/or medical conditions means that you require a guide runner/assistant, then please contact us at email@example.com detailing your request and reasons for it. We are pleased to offer a free place to any guide runner for eligible participants.
We strongly advise that each participant and their guide should be appropriately identified and linked together in a safe way on event day. Guide dogs are not permitted at the Oxford Half. If you are unable to take part, then the place for your guide runner will be withdrawn.
Race Day Information:
Additional race day information will become available to all participants in the weeks leading up to the event. But if you have any questions or concerns in the meantime, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.