There are three ways that you can access your registration:

1. At the beginning of the registration page BEFORE you enter your personal information, there's a link on the bottom 'Already Registered?' (as shown below)*

Once you've clicked on the 'Already Registered?' link, it will take you directly to the next section where you have 3 options to retrieve your registration: 

Option 1 - 'Enter email address':

Once you have submitted your email address the system will find your registration and send you an access email, which will include a direct access link to any registrations that you have in the specific event. 

By the way, if you're wondering, it doesn't matter if you do or don't have an account with us. 

AND just to be completely clear, you will not automatically be allocated a username and password when you register through the system - this only happens when you sign up - see Option 2 & 3.

Once you receive an email, you will be provided with a link that states which event you've entered and who owns the registration.  

Beside the participants name, there is an 'Access' function that will take you back the registration page.

**Please Note: As soon as the email address is submitted, the links are encrypted and valid for only 20 minutes for security purposes. 

But don't worry - there is a simple and instant resend button that will provide you with a fresh, new link whilst you're there!

Option 2 - 'Login with Register Now Account':

Secondly, you can login - this option is only for users that have already created a Register Now profile (see Option 3 if you don't have one of these). Logging in from this page means that you will be automatically directed to your registration regardless if you have finished it or not.

Option 3 - 'Create a Register Now Account':

Thirdly, you can Create your own account – and provided that you use the same credentials (name / email / dob / mobile) as when you first registered your new Register Now profile will match you back up with all current and historic event registration in the system.