AberNecessities Devil of Deeside
- Price £85
- From Saturday 22 April 2023 to Sunday 23 April 2023
Can you handle the AberNecessities Devil O Deeside? To dance with the Devil you have to complete the Stena Drilling 10K, Harbour Energy 5K, Bristow 15 Mile Trail race and the Apollo Duathlon!
There will be two categories of winner; male with the fastest overall cumulative time and female with the fastest cumulative time. That’s it!
Times taken will be chip times so no need to cram at the front of the field if you don’t want to.
Competitors in the AberNecessities Devil O Deeside will receive their T shirt and vest on the day which can be worn at each event to show that you are indeed a Devil! All finishers will receive individual race T shirts and medals for the race competed in as well as a unique souvenir on completion of the whole challenge.
All entrants must be 18 years of age or over on the day of the race.
- Finisher's technical t-shirt for each race 10K, 5K, 15 Mile and Duathlon!
- Competitors will receive unique Devil O Deeside technical T shirt and vest on the event day
- Finisher's medal for each race as above
- Electronic timing
- Downloadable finisher's certificate
- Free parking
- Event Village at the finish
- FREE admission to the grounds, gardens and exhibitions at Balmoral on the Saturday
How old must I be to compete?
When do entries close?
What is included in the entry fee?
Finisher’s medals for each race
Unique Devil O Deeside souvenir
Downloadable finisher’s certificate
Event Village at the finish
FREE admission to the grounds, gardens and exhibitions at Balmoral on the Saturday
Can I make changes to my entry?
How are the times / placings worked out for the Devil of Deeside?
Is it possible to enter on race weekend?
How do I know that my online entry worked?
Is it possible to transfer my place to another race?
I don’t want to enter online; can I pay for my entry over the phone or by cheque?
Do you offer elite entries?
When will I receive my race number etc?
I live overseas and will already be in the UK / Scotland when you send out 15M race packs?
When does registration take place?
How do I get to the event Start?
What are the courses like?
How many drink stations are there on the routes?
Are there distance markers on the courses?
Are there toilets on the course?
Are there showers and changing facilities?
Is massage available?
Has the 15M route been measured accurately?
Can I run wearing headphones?
Please note that wearing headphones is NOT permitted in any of the races under Scottish and UK Athletics rules.
We DO allow the use of headphones that use bone conductor technology, which allow the wearer to be aware of their surroundings. However, this is at your own risk and if an incident occurs as a result of, or made worse by, you wearing these headphones you may be held liable.
Can I be supported by bike along the route?
Are buggies and pushchairs allowed in the 10K?
Can I run in fancy dress?
Where can I park?
There is at least a 20 minute walk to the start line from the car parks.