Sussex AA Masters X/C Champs have a new venue this year at Coombes Farm BN15 0RS. 2 lap undulating downland course.
Entries £6 in advance only. Enter online https://entries.opentrack.run/2019/sussex_masters_xc/ Closing date for Entries: 11.59pm on Weds, 16th January, 2019.
12.00 Numbers available for collection by team managers.
1.00pm Masters Men – over 50 + over 60 5 miles (8,000m)
1.40 Masters Women – over 35, over 45, over 55 5 miles (8,000m)
2.25 Masters Men – over 40 5 miles (8,000m)
3.20 Cut off time for course marshalling & recording Ages as at date of competition.
Numbers will be issued to team managers on the day.
Eligibility: All athletes must have a Sussex County qualification through Birth or Residence. Residence requires nine months continuous residence in the County prior to the date of the competition. All athletes must be affiliated to England Athletics and their affiliation membership number shown on the entry form.
No athlete will be able for awards unless competing in their club vests. This is the responsibility of the club.
Surrey’s largest half marathon boasts UKA sanctioning and the British Association of Road Races (BARR) Gold Award for outstanding race management. The Mercer Surrey Half Marathon was voted “The UK’s Best Road Run” – achieving 1st place in the 2016 racecheck awards.
93% of our runners would recommend this race to others
92% of our runners would run this race again – Runner’s World
Rated 4.7/5 – Running Bug and racecheck
The Mercer Surrey Half Marathon is a friendly and local event, which promises a high quality experience for every runner. The fast, flat course invites great mix of novices and returning runners back each year, and boasts one of the fastest half marathon course records of 01:02 hrs.
The 10km and Half Marathon start at Richmond Athletic Association (RAA). ONLY THE START IS HERE. Everything else is at The Race Village in Old Deer Park three minutes jog away.
10km and half runners will run the first 4.5 miles on the same course. On the map you will see a 10k/half split point. 10km runners turn LEFT and head back to Old Deer Park. Half runners carry STRAIGHT ON for their loop of several miles before returning to the 10k/half split pointwhere they then turn LEFT following the same way back as the 10km runners to Old Deer Park
You will notice a big marked up loop up at Old Deer park up round the woods. 10k runners run this grass loop of approx 1100m to make up the correct 10k distance required. The good news is the half runners will not be required to do this grass loop (!) and will simply follow the ‘half marathon turn right’ signs into the finish! Same as 2016.
Some Tuffs looking to race here again following the event being ‘snowed off’ in 2018
This stunning half marathon event taking runners on a historical and scenic tour of Weymouth’s dramatic past and landscape. The event has a 1500 limit, so be sure to enter early to avoid disappointment.
This 1-lap half marathon course is suitable for beginners, club runners, fund raisers and anybody that just fancies running 13.1miles in a stunning environment.
For those who don’t feel ready to complete the half marathon as an individual, there is the option to complete the event as a relay team with a family member or friend where one runner will complete a 6.9 mile run and the second runner 6.2 miles.
We will once again be supporting Weldmar Hospice as our Official Charity Partner for Weymouth Half Marathon for a 4th year. Runners who decide to raise money for Weldmar will be eligible for a refund on their entry fee if they raise £60.00 or more as an individual or £100.00 or more as a relay.
The event will be fully signed and expertly marshaled throughout with feed stations, full medical support and an amazing race experience for all competitors.
Whether you are a competitive club runner, a charity runner, a fun runner, a social runner or a slow runner, as long as you move forward, we look forward to welcoming you to the 2018 Weymouth half marathon start and finish line.
There is a 3 hour cut off for this event.
This is the only Half Marathon to be held at this famous and historic royal home. Hampton Court Palace is one of only two surviving palaces that King Henry VIII owned. The race will start inside the gates of Hampton Court Palace and finish in its beautiful gardens. After you’ve finished your race you can visit the famous maze and the world’s largest grape vine.
London’s new half marathon through Westminster and the City returns for the second year. Heavily oversubscribed – did you get a ballot place? now just charity places available
Oversubscribed for this year, Starting in Pall Mall down to Nelsons Column, taking in many of the city’s sights. Royal Courts of Justice, St Pauls, Bank of England, Mounument and out to the Tower of London before back along the embankment (like the London Marathon) but instead of St James Park doubling back and finishin by Downing Street
A new 20 mile road race for 2019
A fast and flat run along Shoreham, Lancing and Worthing promenade.
A great last long run before London, Brighton or Paris Marathon.
31st March 2019
8 AM start.
4 Aid Stations
ARC permit Pending
The race starts at Shoreham beach green and follows the curve of Shoreham Beach round to come to lancing promenade than it is seafront promenade all the way to ferring and Back
Entries at www.sientries.co.uk
Medals to all finishers
NOTE: Runners NOT reaching the 15-mile point within 3 hrs. TIME LIMIT, will be requested NOT to continue on the 21-mile course (Let us know if this concerns you)
*Fifteen or Twenty One mile – the choice is yours on the day, even during the run!
The course comprises two laps of approximately 9 and 6 miles on undulating, mainly rural roads. For the ‘Twenty – One’ the second lap is repeated. *Actual distances 15miles 262 yards and 21miles 42 yards Course Measurement Certificate Nos. SEAA94/030 & 031 Highly recommended as a Pre-London test. CRANLEIGH Race HQ: O.S. Map No.187 Ref. 059390 is located between Guildford and Horsham on the B2128, which is east of the A281. Shere is to the north with Ewhurst and Dorking to the north-east. Post Code: GU6 8AF NOTE: On-line entries are available through SiEntries. Road Race Permit ARC 18/104
The race is on mixed terrain which is mostly off-road, taking in a lap of the school grounds before heading off to Southwater along the Downs Link, through the Country Park, and back along the Downs Link. In dry conditions this can be a fast course, being mainly flat and also an ideal first-time race.
Prizes are awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd men and ladies, as well as age category awards for over 40, over 50 and over 60 men and women and over 70 men. To encourage more younger runners the entry age has been lowered to 15, and additional prizes will be awarded to the first under 18 male and female runners. All finishers will receive a medal.
Each year a donation is made to a charity from the proceeds of the race. The 2018/19 charity is Contact the Elderly.