We are proud to welcome any runner or supporter regardless of any sensory, cognitive or physical impairment.
To discuss how our training can accommodate a particular impairment please email email@example.com.
Last updated 21 March 2021.
Our website is maintained by volunteers with limited knowledge of website development, and built using third party technology we have limited ability to control.
However we committed to ensuring that anyone can access, read and understand our content regardless of any sensory, cognitive or physical impairment.
- provide text alternates for any non-text media such as images or videos.
- write in Plain English, avoid jargon and explain complicated or unfamiliar words
- structure pages in a logical order and use correct headings and mark up
- give each link a descriptive name and never use ‘click here’ or similar.
We will not use:
- image or colour alone to convey important content
- automatically-moving elements such as image carousels, or autoplaying videos
- PDFs where we can feature the content on a webpage.
If you have any issues using this website please contact the website manager using firstname.lastname@example.org.
We aim to comply with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG 2.1) at AA level, but are not compliant due to the following known issues.
We were last audited on 19 October 2020 by an external auditor.
Focus indication shows people who navigate using buttons or keyboards what part of the page they are currently focused on.
On desktop, some browsers are unable to navigate to images when using keyboard to navigate.
(This is a platform issue, beyond our ability to solve).
Content specific issues
Images are missing alt-text in some race reports.
(Future reports will contain alt-text, we will not correct older reports as they are rarely viewed after publication)
Links used are not descriptive in some race reports.
(Future reports will contain correct link text, we will not correct older reports as they are rarely viewed after publication)
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