One of the biggest off-road marathons in the UK returns in October 2020 for its 19th year and is expected to attract global entries from as far as Australia!
The challenging event, set against the stunning backdrop of the South Downs National Park, will see thousands of runners take part, and will also feature the 10k run for a consecutive sixth year!
The marathon covers a 26.2 mile course that includes over 300 steps and 14 gates, passing through Jevington, Alfriston, Litlington, Friston Forest, the Cuckmere Valley and Seven Sisters, including Birling Gap and Beachy Head. Whilst the 10K event takes a shorter looping route across the Downs to Belle Tout and back.
All distances cost £22.50 per person. Choose on the day 5 km, 7.5 km, 10 km, 12.5 km, 15km, 17.5km, 20km – fun run up to a half marathon! It’s all off road, mostly on firm grass / mud / stony walking tracks. Wear suitable exercise clothing, sturdy road trainers or cross country / off road trail trainers (no spikes allowed). One very short section might have a few puddles. Pulborough Vineyards Run founded in 2015 and is run twice a year in May and September.
To make it easier to monitor the 80 spaces limit we have just one booking link for 10km – even if you want to run 5km or half marathon etc book and pay for the 10km and choose your distance on the day / keep going until you want to finish in the 3 hours time limit then double check your time and distance with the timekeeper at the finish line.
It’s a challenging and enjoyable route that you can complete 2-8 times to suit your own fitness levels. If for example, you were originally aiming for 4 laps but only want to complete 3 that’s fine just let the official timekeeper know and they’ll write down your finish time. Times and free photos will be posted on our social media websites (Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, Google+) and via e-mail 48 hours after the event. You can few previous race photo albums and times on our Facebook page.
Join us for a unique opportunity to run a Half Marathon, Marathon, 10k & 5k at Goodwood Motor Circuit organised by RunThrough Events. Run at the world famous Goodwood Motor Circuit, home to the Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival, and enjoy the thrill of running a brand new course and racing your way to a new chip timed personal best on this smooth traffic free tarmac motor racing circuit!
Four separate dates across 2020
How about this to get your New Years resolutions off to a good start – The Hang Over 5. The start isn’t until 11:30 so you can assess the state of your head before heading to Hill Barn for the start.
Usually a good place for some Tuff spotting; you up for it? If we get a few then the Tuff flag will fly.
This is a West Sussex Fun Run League race – 5 hills up to the top of Cissbury Ring and back
The 2021 Brighton Half Marathon will be held on Sunday 28th February. One of the first major half marathons in the running calendar, the course is fast and flat and takes in many of Brighton’s iconic sights. Perfect for experienced runners, charity runners and anyone keen to run their first half marathon, the event is brought to you by local charity The Sussex Beacon.
A good place to do some Tuff spotting
About Run Reigate
In 2017 we were the gold winners of the ‘Best UK Half Marathon’ at the National Running Awards, and silver winners in 2015 and 2018.
Take a look at one of our fantastic promo videos with the ever amazing Dame Kelly Holmes to see what Run Reigate is all about.
The venue is Bay House School, 18 Gomer Lane, Alverstoke, Gosport, Hampshire PO12 2QP. There is chip timing.
The combined running number and chip will be collected on race day.
Race entries tend to be evenly split between Club and non-Club Runners, so there is a good mix of abilities that ensures the race feels busy but rarely crowded.
The race is a venue for the Hampshire Road Race League and unfortunately is not suitable for wheelchair athletes.
The course introduced in 2014 will be used again although there may be slight adjustments made.
The route starts and finishes at Browndown Rd, then has two laps which go all the way along the Seafront at Lee-on-the-Solent.
The outward leg is mainly run on cycle-paths and pavement, the return leg goes along the Esplanade. The course is flat save for two short ramps along the Esplanade.
A Course Map may be viewed here: Course Map