Although the Timed Up and Go Test (TUG)1 is used extensively,2, 3 including in patients with hip fracture,4 and is probably the most used test of functional mobility worldwide, detailed data regarding the reliability of the TUG for patients with hip fracture assessed in an appropriate number of participants5 are limited. Clinicians using the TUG in daily practice or in research need to know the validity and reliability of the measure and the magnitude of difference required for the test to detect a real change. The aim of this study was to determine the relative and absolute intertester reliability of the TUG in patients with hip fracture.