Sep

14

2019

Uphill, England (United Kingdom) - "Uphill to Wells". An off-road relay race starting at Uphill beach and finishing at Wells Cathedral. The route is 90% off-road and follows the West Mendip Way along footpaths and bridleways. The race is a 'hand-over' relay, run without marshals, water stations or other assistance. Teams are responsible for their own safety and for researching the route although their progress will be monitored at check-points at the end of every leg. This event is organised to raise funds for Prostate Cancer UK and donates around 1,000 every year from entry fees and tea sales. www.uphilltowells.com

Sep

14

2019

London, England (United Kingdom) - "Hampstead Heath 10K, 5K and Fun Run Trail Race". http://go.evvnt.com/488358-0?pid=6562

Sep

15

2019

Frampton Cottrell, England (United Kingdom) - "Watermore 10k". A challenging 10k (approximately 6.2 mile) course along roads, tracks and footpaths through Frampton Cottrell and Winterbourne. Race limited to 300 runners. www.watermore10k.co.uk

Sep

17

2019

London, England (United Kingdom) - "Run the River". Join over 3,000 people for an iconic twilight run along the Thames. Run, jog or walk 5k or 10k. Great options available to suit any level of fitness. Teams of five or more get a discount per runner. Entry goodies for all runners. Get chip timing, a goody bag, medal and T-shirt. www.teachfirst.org.uk/events/run-the-river

Sep

22

2019

Harwell, England (United Kingdom) - "Harwell Half Marathon". Multi-terrain Half Marathon starting and finishing at Harwell Campus. Super fun and well organised. www.barnesfitness.co.uk/harwell-half-marathon-2019

Sep

22

2019

London, England (United Kingdom) - "The Green Chain Challenge 10k, Half Marathon, Marathon". The route will be run along sections of the Green Chain path. Start will be in the corner of Mottingham sports ground - race HQ start and finish will be based here - with a gazebo for bag drop off near to the chain rooms. Follow field round to run with court farm road on your right hand side - stay on the grass/footpath. Park field end run along pavement of court farm road - pass the junction of the crossest. Take care crossing from the end of oaks farm road by the roundabout cross over grove park road and head straight over into Mottingham lane. Follow the road round for half a mile past Eltham College junior school - then turn sharp left into the Green CHain path which is enclosed for approx 1 mile. Come out past the college and cross over Marvels lane again you will see the green chain signs and follow a small river called Quaggy River. The path leads into a small park called Chinbrook meadows follow the path and signs straight through. Eventually you come out of the woods to follow a railway line - at the end of the path you turn right and cross over a bridge into new street hill. After half a mile we turn left into the forest past hall farm allotments - eventually the path goes right over the railway bridge and into kings meadow playing fields. The path eventually comes out to the main road A212 burnt ash lane. We stay on the right side of this lane until we reach ridgeway drive - where we turn right. Follow ridgeway drive all the way round and it will eventually leave back onto new street hill. Go up the hill and cross over the railway bridge - then turn right and follow the signs round marvels wood. Follow the green chain route across charminster road and then straight across to Castleton Road - through the woods and across dunkers road and route eventually leads back into Mottingham sports ground where the lap completed will be 6.5 miles. Complete 2 laps to finish the half marathon and 4 laps to complete the full marathon. https://go.evvnt.com/426984-0?pid=6562

Sep

29

2019

Glasgow, Scotland (United Kingdom) - "Glasgow Half Marathon". The decision to take on 13.1 miles should not be taken lightly; it requires a good level of fitness and a dedication to training. The rewards for your hard work in the build-up however, are all worth it! The course will once again pass many of the iconic venues that feature in Scotland's biggest city, including Nelson's Monument, the Clyde Arc and the Finnieston Crane. www.greatscottishrun.com/events/half-marathon

Sep

29

2019

London, England (United Kingdom) - "Ealing Half Marathon". Get the #EalingFeeling at the triple Gold award winning UK No1 Half Marathon. Like yours road closed? Then Ealing Half Marathon is for you. With a 7,000 capacity race, on our UKA measured course you'll be weaving your way through the surrounds and occasional undulations of Ealing, our runners were kept well hydrated by our five unique water stations held at churches along the route. With an estimated 30,000+ spectators lining the route, you'll be cheered on the whole way round the course with the community coming out to support you as well as our 600+ volunteers helping to get you round this 13.1 mile course. Runners then come back to Lammas Park to power through the final kilometre with supporters cheering on either side of the pathways making for a spectacular finish before claiming your exclusive medal. Suitable for elites, intermediates and beginners, our welcoming race is for everyone. Join thousands of other runners who have already said YES and here is why: Voted the UK's Best Half Marathon 2014, 2015 and 2016 at The Running Awards; West London's only fully road closed half marathon; UKA measured course; Follows on from our Ealing Mini Mile for 1,500+ 6-16 year olds on Saturday 28th September; Family friendly race village to enjoy; Raising funds for EHM Legacy not-for-profit Community Interest Company; Bespoke medal; 600 volunteers to get you round on the day; 5 unique water stations at Churches around the course; A race for runners created by runners. Come and get the #EalingFeeling at the 'Half with a Heart' Ealing Half Marathon. Price: Ealing Half Marathon - Individual/Unaffiliated Entry: GBP 42.0; Ealing Half Marathon - UKA Affiliated Entry: GBP 40.0. http://go.evvnt.com/380930-2?pid=6562

Oct

05

2019

Bagshot, England (United Kingdom) - "Spartan Race Windsor". Spartan Race returns to Windsor for an epic season finale! We have race distances for everyone - 5km Sprint, 13km Super, 21km Beast - so you can choose the right challenge for you. We don't let the adults have all the fun, there are also kids races for 4-14-year-olds so why not have a family day out and race together? Spartan is always more fun with friends so build your team with family, friends, gym buddies or workmates and get excited for race day. No matter what distance you choose, you'll have fun taking on unique obstacles like fire jump, slip wall and spear throw through the stunning forests, hills and natural terrain of our courses. https://go.evvnt.com/485983-0?pid=6562

Oct

06

2019

Lochness, Scotland (United Kingdom) - "Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running, Baxters River Ness 10K / 5K". Loch Ness is one of the world's best known destinations, its breath-taking scenery and the centuries-old myth and mystery of the Loch Ness monster have attracted visitors from around the world for years. The Baxters Loch Ness Marathon follows a spectacular point to point route alongside world famous Loch Ness and is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful marathons in the world. The route begins in an atmospheric moorland setting and continues through stunning scenery along the shores of Loch Ness, across the River Ness to finish in the Highland capital of Inverness. Why not make a weekend of it and come with family or friends? There's plenty to entertain runners and spectators over the weekend with a sports expo, runners' cafe, street food, live music, pipes and drums and family friendly activities. And if marathons aren't your thing, there's also the Baxters River Ness 10K, 5K and Wee Nessie kids' race. Entry for all races available now. Many runners and spectators, choose to stay longer - a huge attraction of the Baxters Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running is the area's natural beauty and wealth of attractions. The area is steeped in history, home to castles, misty mountains and, of course, the Loch Ness Monster. Activities in the Scottish Highlands range from challenging hill walks to kayaking, dolphin spotting boat trips to distillery visits. With a choice of race distances and festival atmosphere, the Festival of Running has something for everyone. www.lochnessmarathon.com


 
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