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    Dinton Summer Series – May
    £13 - £19
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    Dinton Summer Series – May

    Davis St, Reading RG10 0TJ, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This series back for the EIGHTH year - has become a firm favourite with runners of all abilities.

    Follow one lap of a lovely off-road, traffic-free route around Dinton Pastures Country Park, near Hurst, Reading, to clock up 5km, or go round twice for 10km. Either way, its pancake flat and if you enter more than one race youve a great chance of seeing that PB come down month by month!

    The course follow a lovely off-road, traffic-free route around Dinton Pastures Country Park, near Hurst, Reading, to clock up 5km, or go round twice for 10km. Either way, its pancake flat and if you enter more than one race youve a great chance of seeing that PB come down month by month!

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    Henley 10km Trail Run
    Sun 12th May
    Henley-on-Thames, South East, United Kingdom
    £22 - £27
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    Henley 10km Trail Run

    Remenham Church Ln, Henley-on-Thames RG9, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Henley 10km Trail Run is now in its 7th year. If you have never visited the beautiful Henley On Thames, this could be the perfect opportunity. Take part in these scenic Trail Run that starts and finishes by the Temple Island Meadows - The Official Start line for the Royal Henley Rowing Regatta.

    If you have time, when you run, jog or walk to keep looking around, you will see some of the best views around Henley and the surrounding areas.

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    Henley Half Marathon Trail Run
    Sun 12th May
    Henley-on-Thames, South East, United Kingdom
    £35 - £40
    19 reviews
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    Henley Half Marathon Trail Run

    Remenham Church Ln, Henley-on-Thames RG9, UKView event
    19 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Henley Half Marathon Trail Run is now in its 6th year. If you have never visited the beautiful Henley On Thames, this could be the perfect opportunity. Take part in these scenic Trail Runs that start and finish by the Temple Island Meadows - The Official Start line for the Royal Henley Rowing Regatta.

    If you have time, when you run, jog or walk to keep looking around, you will see some of the best views around Henley and the surrounding areas.

    Reviews
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

      Beautiful course but lacks proper signage and insufficient marshals throughout the route. More facilities needed at the start/finish.
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

      Beautiful course, highly recommend. Lacked basic organisation though. Timing chip wasn't as per the information we'd been given, PA system didn't work so 10k and half marathon runners didn't know where they needed to be (started in different places). Started 15 minutes late so needed to use the loo by the time we set off. Lead rider tried to give brief to runners but didn't even have a loud haler (even park run can do that!). Water stops not well manned, people queuing for water and stewards kept putting their hands into the bucket to get the water out, not very hygenic. Very few Marshalls out on route (only a couple) and route very badly signed; at 10 miles lots of runners got lost as there was just one arrow pointed across a few fields but no path across and no clear exit. Relying on following other runners but can't tell if they are going wrong. Race distance also came up short.Feel the organisers cash in on the location but much better planning needed.
    • Did the 10k in 2018

      the route , as no marshalls present or directions on the course !
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    Marlow 5
    Sun 12th May
    £16 - £18
    2 reviews
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    Marlow 5

    Marlow SL7, UKView event
    2 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Marlow 5 has been an established event in the town since 1984. For the first few years of its existence it started and finished at the Marlow Football Club ground in Oaktree Road, rather than in Higginson Park, as it does now. When it moved to Higginson Park, it quickly became a very popular event, not least because it is a virtually flat course with glimpses of the beautiful River Thames, the majestic Marlow bridge and the picturesque lock. In fact it is so popular that, for the second year in a row, the Marlow 5 has been chosen by the Berkshire County AA as its 5 mile championship.

    Handy Cross Runners and their team of Marshalls look forward to welcoming you to this iconic event on May 12th 2019.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      Second time I have done this race and it doesn’t disappoint, plenty of carparks about the town to get parked up,sort  walk down to the park then to collect number and chip time, drop off bag and your good to good, race starts in the park then comes out onto the high street and into some residential areas, plenty of Marshall’s about and small crowds of local support, 1 water stop at the half way point just before u go up a bit of an incline the only one in the race, so mostly flat good PB potential, great medal, t shirt and goody bag after it with free photos of the race online, will definitely do it again
    • Did the event in 2018

      Starts in Higginson Park with a great number pickup/bag drop area, fantastic atmosphere! Starts along the High Street, goes through residential areas - great support throughout - then  into a business park with one long up and downhill after which is a bit draining as the rest is so flat. Then back through a lot of the same roads as the beginning so more cheering and back to the park.Mostly closed roads and diligently marshalled (although some idiot drivers still tried to get through despite multiple signs) it’s a friendly fast fun race that at 5 miles is a good distance for anyone who’s not confident at longer yet. Loved it - will be back
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    Oxfordshire United Kingdom The Little Welly Goes Wild
    Sat 8th Jun
    Henley-on-Thames, South East, United Kingdom
    £7.52 - £24.58
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    Oxfordshire United Kingdom The Little Welly Goes Wild

    Henley-on-Thames RG9, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Little Welly Goes Wild experience is all about getting kids outdoors to run, jump, climb and of course get muddy! Our events give children and their families new and exciting challenges and some quality time together outdoors.

    As well as the 3km course with more than 30 big obstacles we offer unusual and and traditional activities to enjoy (additional charges apply) along with live entertainment and great food and drink in our Festival Village.

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    Dinton Summer Series – June
    £13 - £19
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    Dinton Summer Series – June

    Davis St, Reading RG10 0TJ, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This series back for the EIGHTH year has become a firm favourite with runners of all abilities.

    Follow one lap of a lovely off-road, traffic-free route around Dinton Pastures Country Park, near Hurst, Reading, to clock up 5km, or go round twice for 10km. Either way, its pancake flat and if you enter more than one race youve a great chance of seeing that PB come down month by month!

    The course follows a lovely off-road, traffic-free route around Dinton Pastures Country Park, near Hurst, Reading, to clock up 5km, or go round twice for 10km. Either way, its pancake flat and if you enter more than one race youve a great chance of seeing that PB come down month by month!

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    Chiltern Valley Winery & Brewery Sportive
    Sun 2nd Jun
    Henley-on-Thames, South East, United Kingdom
    £22.50 - £35
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    Chiltern Valley Winery & Brewery Sportive

    Dudley Ln, Henley-on-Thames RG9, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Chiltern Valley Winery and Brewery Sportive start at a majestic location hidden away on a tiny rural lane in the heart of the Chiltern Valley. Just north of Henley on the Thames, the routes take you through a number of stunning villages where the Vicar of Dibley and Midsummer Murders were filmed. This Sportive has two distances of 37 and 70 miles to accommodate all abilities!

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    Marlow Classic River Swim
    Sun 26th May
    £20 - £25
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    Marlow Classic River Swim

    Little Kickers Maidenhead, 5 Pound Ln, Marlow SL7 2AE, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This is the original Marlow River Swim which is now in its 9th year.

    There are 2 distances to choose from this year that will cater for both beginners and experienced swimmers.

    River Swim - Consisting of a single lap out and back swim in the River Thames for all the distances with clear markings on the buoys on when to turn. The River has a very calm and steady flow, which makes it the perfect event for anyone looking to take part in their first swim.

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    Marlow Classic Duathlon
    Sun 26th May
    £45 - £65
    1 review
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    Marlow Classic Duathlon

    Little Kickers Maidenhead, 5 Pound Ln, Marlow SL7 2AE, UKView event
    1 review
    About the event
    From the organiser

    NEW to the 2019 calendar is the Marlow Classic Duathlon, this event is open to all levels and welcomes both novice and experienced athletes, with three distances from Sprint, Olympic & Middle distance.

    This is the 11th year of the Marlow Sprint & Olympic Distance Triathlon, consisting of a river swim, cycling and running. The event has attracted 1000s of participants over the year and is open to all levels of participant and encourages first-time triathletes to the event. The Marlow Classic Half Iron Distance is the only long-distance event in the Thames Valley. a fairly flat scenic course taking in the views of Marlow and the surrounding areas.

    Reviews
    • Did the Olympic Duathlon in 2018

      I missed the new start time as I am not on the social media platform that was used and only had the last email at 4.30 on sat!So sadly I totally missed my event. That said the orgainser was amazing and gave me the start time and start line, Brillant, shame I had a very lonely race and only had people around me very late on. Great venue, great people, great distances, asked for a bananna at the end and was informed they were for 79.3 people!! Really!! So little things bring us back, more comms amongst the helpers so they know the drill. Thanks for really saving the day for me. Polly
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    Maverick x TRIBE Run Free Marathon
    Sat 25th May
    Stokenchurch, South East, United Kingdom
    £30 - £50
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    Maverick x TRIBE Run Free Marathon

    Unnamed Road, Stokenchurch, High Wycombe HP14 3YE, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The last Maverick x TRIBE Run Free was chosen as one of the top ten races of 2018 by Coach Magazine and sold out six weeks before the race. In 2019 were going even bigger and better!

    We're heading to the beautiful Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to explore the trails surrounding Wormsley Park. The routes we have mapped are intended to test you. With a half or Full marathon route to choose from, there's something for everyone. The trails will lead you through the Chilterns up and over undulating hills with panoramic views across the escarpment. Trail running doesn't get better than this.

    In true Maverick x TRIBE style, there will be a huge post-race celebration to look forward to! Expect: an epic variety of delicious food and drink to kick back and enjoy; dreamy summer festival vibes; cosy firepit chill-out zones; an awesome selection of live music acts and inspiring speakers. The TRIBE shake shack will be in full operation and the limited edition TRIBE x Maverick Trail Ales ready and waiting when you cross the finish!

    Round up your friends and family to explore the stunning Wormsley Park and surrounding area, take a walk around the course and enjoy the full festival village experience. Together, we go further and faster.

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    ITU Sprint Distance Triathlon European Championships Qualifier
    Sun 19th May
    £69
    1 review
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    ITU Sprint Distance Triathlon European Championships Qualifier

    Unnamed Road, Windsor SL4, UKView event
    1 review
    About the event
    From the organiser

    With a 750m swim, a safe closed-roads 21.2km bike course followed by a 5km run course up and down the lake, this is probably the flattest triathlon in the UK.

    This event is a qualifying race for the ETU Sprint Distance European Championships in 2020. The level of interest in competing for the Great Britain Age-Group team at ETU European Championships is higher than ever, so join fellow aspiring team members and race to earn the right to wear the Great Britain tri-suit.

    If youd rather not pit yourself against the best of the triathlon field, just come down to race at the Eton Sprints Weekend against other like-minded triathletes on a fast, flat course with a great atmosphere.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2017

      As a qualifier there were far too many people in the waves. I didn't speak to anyone who had a good thing to say about the swim. The first buoy was also a pinch point and caused a lot of athletes to have their worst swim ever!
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    Royal Windsor Half Marathon River Trail Run
    Sun 19th May
    £35 - £45.20
    7 reviews
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    Royal Windsor Half Marathon River Trail Run

    Barry Ave, Windsor SL4, UKView event
    7 reviews
    About the event

    Race in the heart of the picturesque Thames Valley in this half marathon trail race. This is a flat and relatively mud-free trail run, so ideal for runners looking to make inroads into the sport of trail running. Come for the country air, scenery and bespoke finisher's medal.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2017

      This was my first trail race - however, the 10k itself was mostly ran on tarmac not Trail paths. I did expect more of the race to run alongside the river, and was a little disappointed that it didn't!! Overall the race was well organised, there was a water stop halfway and the bag drop and event HQ was well set-up.To collect your race number, you had to travel to Windsor on the days before the race, which I found a little strange for a non-marathon event. Luckily, my friend and I love close enough to travel there and back!!When we finished the race, we found the course only measured 5.9miles, so not the full 10k distance - not sure if this was different for previous years!Overall a nice race, but I was expecting more trails!
    • Did the event in 2017

      I have ran this race before 2 years ago, but when I did I don't think I paid attention to my watch and just ran and took in the surroundings.This really is a beautiful course along the Thames river, mostly on trails, but a real introduction to trail running with flat and compacted trails. If you want a pb in trail running this is a good venue.To start there is official parking about a 5-10 minute walk away. They charge a fiver which isn't too bad. If I were to look around you could probably find cheaper or free parking.Registration is basic, but there is a nice small race village atmosphere. There are activities for the family, and with the gorgeous weather we had it makes for a lovely day out.A small criticism is that the bag drop is £5, I've never known paying separately. Perhaps this is to reduce the cost of the entry fee, but for many this would be an issue, no matter how much it cost. I put my bag in someone's car so not an issue for me, but wouldn't have been happy to pay for this service.The race started in waves which was great. The trails are narrow for most of the route, but I personally did not experience any congestion which will be partly owing to this good organisation at the start. I organised the pacers this year and people did not appear to be in correct waves, so this could have been advertised more widely. There was a PA system at the finish, but at the start (a short walk across a bridge) there wasn't, so I announced the pacers and times myself. I did ask one of the organisers a couple of times but he chose not to. The run itself was so beautiful and really enjoyable. As the 1:45 pacer I had a good small group around me which was fantastic.The support was very sparse, as were the marshalls, but this is expected in a course like this. There wouldn't be room for anyone else. This isn't a criticism of the race, it's just a fact. The course was well marked and only a couple of road crossings. What I did find strang at mile 12 was the marshalls stopping runners rather than cars. They need a proper brief. There were so few of us they could have easily stopped the cars, which I what I have experienced in EVERY other race that have done this. I've seen lots of feedback of people being stopped for a few seconds here?The aid stations were to sparse and I only saw water in cups and high 5 gels. The cups were also only being handed out by a couple of people so it was difficult to get the water if in a group. This could benefit from a little attention.The main criticism of the whole day is the course measurement and markings. The course is about 400 metres long. As a pacer this is something we could have been told as now everyone is saying this is a common theme (i wish someone said this before). Even if a course is long we can usually account for this, but what made matters worse is from about mile 10 the course markings were coming up short. So at mile 10 my watch said 9.90, and this was consistent until 12. I was running perfectly just under 8 min miles. At mile 10 I started to ease off a little to adjust to the course, otherwise risk going too fast. At mile 12 my watch recorded 11.87 and I was still set to come in too fast. I eased off maybe 15 seconds over the next mile to ensure I wasn't too fast and encouraged everyone on. I told everyone they had loads of time.I didn't see a mile 13 (and no one I have spoken to did either) but when I got mile 13 on my watch I had plenty of time. I crossed the bridge and all of a suddden started to worry. I was at 13:12 and still no sign of the finish and only had 1 minute to spare. I sped up at this point and caught up with the people I sent ahead. I could have sprinted and made the time but was not going to leave those I had paced behind, what was the point in me doing a 6 minute mile now? We came in a minute over the pace, and I feel terrible.Im upset and a little angry with the organisation of this part as everyone on social media has confirmed they experienced the same. Every single pacer finished the exact same way, experienced pacers, there was nothing they could do. To put in in perspective, the additional distance at the end is an extra 2 minutes for me, and gets worse the slower you are running. The short mile markers made it much worse as we all slowed thinking we were ahead (still confident our watches had us with a good 30 second cushion). If this is the same route they always use they must know it's long, in which case it needs to be advertised as a long course. If it's not then look at the route as it's been marked wrong.Ok rant over. This was a big deal for a lot of people, probably more for the pacers that do this to help people achieve their times, so all feel terrible that this didn't happen. Apart from this I thoroughly enjoyed the whole event. If the measurements are sorted or announced as long then it would be a great race to do
    • Did the event in 2017

      I was invited along to this F3 event by my pacing friend Paul Addicott who had been asked to provide the pacers for the first time at this event.  I was asked to pace the 2 hour slot.I found the registration to be straightforward and I travelled up by car from my Milton Keynes home to the event via the M1/M25/M4 in just over an hour.  I parked at the official car park as advertised on their website for a charge of £5.00It was an easy 10 min walk from the car park to the race village to collect my race bib and pacers T-shirt and meet the other pacers.There was a baggage area here at a cost of £5.00 which is unusual as this is normally included in the entrance fee. There were stalls selling running sundries and refreshments along with post race massage. Portaloos were dotted around and the PA announcer made it clear there were extra toilets opened just outside the park that the race village was in.The race start was on the opposite side of the River Thames and a 5 min walk to here from the race village.We made our way over to the start and there were more portaloos here. The start area was roped off and in 7 start wave times; 1.30/1.45/2.00/2.15/2.30/2.45 and then last was the wave for the 10K option.The idea of the staggered wave starts was to eliminate congestion in the early stages as the first few miles were often narrow along the Thames and in wooded areas.I made myself known to all the runners in my wave pen that I was the pacer for 2 hrs and that I would be pacing 9.05 mins to finish approx 30/40 secs under allocated time; (actual 2 hr time is 9.09 pace)The race started promptly at 8.30am and every 5 mins another wave started so at 8.40 I set off.The start followed a smooth flat trail on grass alongside the scenic Thames and into wooded areas for the first few miles. Very narrow in many places and a little slippy/muddy due to recent downpours. I made everyone around me aware of puddles, roots and low branches as we made our way towards the first water stop. Rather surprisingly the first water station was 4.3 miles in (usually 3.1 on most races),and very disappointingly in plastic cups which is nigh on impossible to drink from whilst running. There was also a fallen tree that we had to run around just before 5 miles but this was marshalled perfectly. There were 2 more water stations around the course. There were 3 road crossings to manoeuvre over the remainder of the race that the marshalls were actually stopping runners as traffic had priority. The first two I didn't have to break stride for as the road was clear but the last one just before mile 12 brought myself and my followers to a standstill for approx 10 secs.All the way I had been checking my Garmin to the mile markers and these had been very accurate up to mile 10 with miles 11 & 12 ever so slightly early but as I had paced as promised I was on course to finish in just over 1.59.20 as planned so we ease people home over the last mile. I didn't need to panic as I had those extra seconds in the bank,however as I was telling everyone around me we were well under the 2 hrs it soon become apparent that as my Garmin signalled 13 miles I couldnt see Windsor Castle - where the finish line was???Major panic set in as I double checked my splits and distances and yep I was approaching the 13.1 expected finish time and we approached a road bridge only to be told "only 700" to go???As I came over the road bridge I could see the castle in the distance and thought immediately there was no way I could reach there within the 40 secs I needed to as my Garmin showed 1.59.16:(Needless to say I sped up automatically leaving the large group I have accumulated over the race standing :-(( in my attempt to get home in time. I had no chance in reality as I came home in 2.01.24 with that last 1/4 mile run at 7.48 pace lowering my ave for the run to 9.03 for 13.38 miles. The fact I had let others down really hurt me personally as I pace events to help people reach their goals, but I still had lots of thanks from people that still gained PB's from my help and from those who had just missed out due to the inaccuracy of the distance. The last 1.1 miles was in fact 1.38 so that extra distance ruined my memory of what otherwise was a very picturesque scenic run along the Thames in a beautiful location on almost flat mixed terrain. The medal was very nice and the goody bag contained an energy bar, heat wrap and a few leaflets,water and banana.Finding out afterwards the last few years has been similar with the water station issues/long distances simply hurt even more. If only we were made aware but it's happened so....!??Its these small details that really make the runner go away with a sense of 'I can't wait to return next year' mentality, but I can only assume a lot will go away feeling let down and these will not return unfortunately for a long time if ever!F3 events run lots of events and if they read this I urge them to please look at making sure the water is every 5K and in bottles, and that the distance Is remeasured. Lots of runners will say 'oh but as it's Trail you can run a bit longer than usual' but the bottom line is ALL 7 of our pacers were over a minute over their times which I have never to this day heard of
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    Royal Windsor 10km River Trail Run
    Sun 19th May
    £25 - £30
    33 reviews
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    Royal Windsor 10km River Trail Run

    John Logie Motor Boats, Barry Avenue, Windsor SL4 5HZ, UKView event
    33 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Royal Windsor 10km River Trail Run creates the perfect opportunity to experience the historically picturesque Thames Valley. With an idyllic start and finish at the foot of Windsor Castle, a royal home and fortress for over 900 years, the entirely flat course guides you along the River following the scenic trails with some fantastic views of the surrounding areas.

    The event is not designed to be a gruelling cross country through deep mud and puddles, but aims to be a fun, friendly and fast trail run along one of England's most historic courses.

    Reviews
    • Did the 10km in 2018

      The course was uninspiring (perhaps the best route was reserved for the 1/2) and poorly planned with the entire 10k field being slowed to a walking pace when trying to squeeze on to the tow path at the start and once or twice later on. Despite the walking and two boring laps of a field, chasing a 10k PB was still on until my GPS watch showed I had hit 10k and was still on the opposite side of the river to the finish. Would not waste money running this 11.6k event again.
    • Did the 10km in 2018

      I was very disappointed to find out it was a 5km course run twice. This was not mentioned before booking. There were not any km markers and the race was actually almost 12km not 10km.
    • Did the 10km in 2018

      I wish i had known that the course was going to be 1.6k longer than expected! Pretty disappointed that the route was incorrectly measured and not marked along the way and that this was not acknowledged afterwards to those that had taken part.
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    Thames 10k, 5k and 2.5k at Beale Park
    £5 - £19
    1 review
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    Thames 10k, 5k and 2.5k at Beale Park

    Unnamed Road, Reading RG8 9NX, UKView event
    1 review
    About the event
    From the organiser

    After our inagurual year last year, we are pleased to have this event firmly back on the calendar with headline sponsors, Macbeths Insurance supporting us and you every step of the way.

    Beale Park and the surrounding area really is a stunning location for an evening run - with parts of the course near the Thames and others through the woods. One not to miss.

    Reviews
    • Did the 5k in 2018

      Fantastically run even, unfortunately tough course with very challenging terrain.
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    Dinton Summer Series – July
    £13 - £19
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    Dinton Summer Series – July

    Davis St, Reading RG10 0TJ, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This series back for the EIGHTH year organised in partnership with Wokingham Borough Council has become a firm favourite with runners of all abilities.

    Follow one lap of a lovely off-road, traffic-free route around Dinton Pastures Country Park, near Hurst, Reading, to clock up 5km, or go round twice for 10km. Either way, its pancake flat and if you enter more than one race youve a great chance of seeing that PB come down month by month!

    The course follow a lovely off-road, traffic-free route around Dinton Pastures Country Park, near Hurst, Reading, to clock up 5km, or go round twice for 10km. Either way, its pancake flat and if you enter more than one race youve a great chance of seeing that PB come down month by month!

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    Dorney Triathlon (plus 5K, 10K, and Half)
    Sat 8th Jun
    £18 - £58
    5 reviews
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    Dorney Triathlon (plus 5K, 10K, and Half)

    Dorney Lake, Dorney Lake, Windsor SL4, UKView event
    5 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    We are excited to announce the return of Dorney Triathlon in 2019. Join us at Dorney Lake; home to London 2012s rowing and canoeing events for a sprint or standard distance triathlon. The purpose built lake is perfect for the swim and the flat grounds lend themselves to a totally flat bike and run course, ideal for chasing down a new personal best!

    Reviews
    • Did the Sprint in 2018

      Really enjoyable, good venue, easy to get to, close transitions and very flat so PB friendly
    • Did the 10K in 2018

      The race was managed very well except there could have been another water station at the other end of the lake... it was very hot and there is no shade so an extra drink would of helped.Thanks
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

      Excellent race, really well organised and great atmosphere. Lovely scenic setting and totally flat Course! Also great to go to a race where you then also dont have to pay more to park and there arent annoying rules about using headphones.10/10 and look forward to doing it again :)
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    Stockley Park - 10K & Junior Race - May
    Sat 11th May
    £10 - £20
    2 reviews
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    Stockley Park - 10K & Junior Race - May

    Longwalk Road (Stop J), Hayes, Uxbridge UB11 1BA, UKView event
    2 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Warwickshire's best kept secret for road runners, Draycote Water offers smooth, flat road with stunning reservoir and countryside views.

    Running alongside the water, using dam wall pathways and a perimeter service road, you'll find mesmerising views of nature trails, wildlife and boats on the water as you notch up kilometre after kilometre. Some short inclines and downhill stretches keep the landscape changing around you, so you'll not get tired of your surroundings, even as you dig in to the later stages of a race.

    Reviews
    • Did the 10k in 2018

      Just the course map and elevation details, I had to use someones old Strava feed to let my wife know where to stand.
    • Did the 10k in 2018

      you could offer fruit and snack at the end of race (better than sweets).
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    Breakfast Run Loseley
    Sun 12th May
    £10 - £25
    2 reviews
    Details

    Breakfast Run Loseley

    Loseley House, Guildford GU3 1HL, UKView event
    2 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Breakfast Run at Loseley is a UKA affiliated, professionally marked 11.4km road course. There is a 1.6km race for kids too!

    Reviews
    • Did the Breakfast Run in 2018

      Hills are hard but at a good point in the run, nicely shaded for most part and a nice long flat bit. The pacers were excellent plenty of encouragement. Great run
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    Dinton Summer Series – August
    £13 - £19
    11 reviews
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    Dinton Summer Series – August

    Davis St, Reading RG10 0TJ, UKView event
    11 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This series back for the EIGHTH year has become a firm favourite with runners of all abilities.

    Follow one lap of a lovely off-road, traffic-free route around Dinton Pastures Country Park, near Hurst, Reading, to clock up 5km, or go round twice for 10km. Either way, its pancake flat and if you enter more than one race youve a great chance of seeing that PB come down month by month!

    The course follow a lovely off-road, traffic-free route around Dinton Pastures Country Park, near Hurst, Reading, to clock up 5km, or go round twice for 10km. Either way, its pancake flat and if you enter more than one race youve a great chance of seeing that PB come down month by month!

    Reviews
    • Did the 10km in 2017

      Enjoyable 10k. The only downside being a two lap course but that's the nature of the setting. Though being two laps enabled a 5km split on the chip which is good. Big puddles too and sloppy in places but not a lot you can do about that.
    • Did the 10km in 2017

      Great friendly atmosphere, felt like a proper local, community event. Loved the 'shout-outs' from the announcer at the halfway stage and finishing line, using our race numbers to give personalised 'shout-outs'.
    • Did the 5km in 2017

      I'm still a relatively new runner and older than most but was made to feel really part of the run series. The only reason I gave the course an OK was the huge lakes on part of the course! The organisation is tip top, i've never had to wait for a bar code and getting the time immediately is a nice bonus.
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    The Fugitive Triathlon
    Sun 14th Jul
    £45 - £125
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    The Fugitive Triathlon

    Little Kickers Maidenhead, 5 Pound Ln, Marlow SL7 2AE, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Fugitive Half Iron Distance is the only long distance event in the Thames Valley. a fairly flat scenic course taking in the views of Marlow and the surrounding areas.

    This is the 10th year of the Fugitive Sprint & Olympic Distance Triathlon, consisting of a river swim, cycling and running. The event has attracted 1000s of participants over the year and is open to all levels of participant and encourages first time triathletes to the event.

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    Marlow Fugitive Duathlon
    Sun 14th Jul
    £40 - £60
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    Marlow Fugitive Duathlon

    Little Kickers Maidenhead, 5 Pound Ln, Marlow SL7 2AE, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This is a fairly flat scenic course taking in the views of Marlow and the surrounding areas.

    The event is set to attract over 700 participants, as the world of endurance sports and triathlon creates massive demand for longer distance events along with the shorter distances that have originally formed this great sport.

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    Fugitive Open Water Swim – Marlow
    Sun 14th Jul
    £20 - £25
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    Fugitive Open Water Swim – Marlow

    Little Kickers Maidenhead, 5 Pound Ln, Marlow SL7 2AE, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This is a NEW Marlow Fugitive Open Water Swim! There are 2 distances to choose from this year that will cater for both beginners and experienced swimmers.

    River Swim - Consisting of a single lap out and back swim in the River Thames for all the distances with clear markings on the buoys on when to turn. The River has a very calm and steady flow, which makes it the perfect event for anyone looking to take part in their first swim. So get your wetsuit on and get involved!

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    Running Grand Prix at Mercedes-Benz World
    Sun 26th May
    £21 - £24
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    Running Grand Prix at Mercedes-Benz World

    Mercedes-Benz Brooklands & Mercedes-Benz World, Brooklands Dr, Weybridge KT13 0SL, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Join us for a unique opportunity to run at this Surrey Half Marathon, 10k or 5k around the incredible Mercedes-Benz World Circuit organised by RunThrough Events. 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 circuit!

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    RunThrough Mercedes-Benz World Grand Prix - May
    Sun 26th May
    £21 - £28
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    RunThrough Mercedes-Benz World Grand Prix - May

    Mercedes-Benz Brooklands & Mercedes-Benz World, Brooklands Dr, Weybridge KT13 0SL, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Join us for a unique opportunity to run a 5k, 10k or Half Marathon around the incredible Mercedes-Benz World Circuit organised by RunThrough Events. 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 circuit!

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    Hell-Fire Half and 10K
    Sun 14th Jul
    High Wycombe, South East, United Kingdom
    £16 - £24
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    Hell-Fire Half and 10K

    Adams Park Stadium, Hillbottom Rd, High Wycombe HP12 4HJ, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Exciting news! From 2019 the Wycombe Half Marathon will be known as The Hell-Fire Half and 10k

    To better reflect the history of the magnificent West Wycombe Park we are privileged to run through and its association with the rather scandalous Hell-Fire Club we have decided on the name change.

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    Englefield Run 10K
    Sun 25th Aug
    £16
    2 reviews
    Details

    Englefield Run 10K

    Englefield House, Englefield, Reading RG7 5EN, UKView event
    2 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    A rare opportunity to run a tough 10k multi-terrain course set in the magnificent grounds of the iconic Englefield House. This private estate is often used in films and the looped circuit including tracks, grass paths, woods, lakes, a short road section and two small hills passes in front of the main house with spectacular views, if you've got time to look.

    100% of the money raised goes to charity (this year the Ufton Court educational trust for disadvantaged children) so running numbers won't be sent out beforehand and should be collected from registration on the day.

    Unique medal for all finishers plus category medals, chip timing, km markers, water stations, ample free parking, race village, water and refreshments all on site.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2017

      What an amazing place to complete a 10k! I'm the sort of person who prefers to run early doors so was a little hesitant when the run did not begin until 11am. However when I turned up I was surprised by the amazing beauty of the area. Unfortunately for me it was a stunning and very hot day which I never find easy to run in. The race was multi terrain so was quite tough when running in fairly long grass. A lot of debris a long the way so I was often looking down to avoid nettles, twigs and deer poo however marshals had clearly marked low trees/branches with red and white tape which was really helpful. Being a hot day I struggled with the heat and often seeing hills infront of me but apart from the voice in my head telling to walk the hills I had a good run. I took in the stunning views, enjoyed no cars and two water stations. Another bonus was the downhill start and downhill finish. All in all a great 10k and well organised.
    • Did the event in 2017

      I had run this 10k last year and really enjoyed so entered it again. It is a tough 10k so not one to do if you are attempting a PB. The course is nearly all off road through the Englefield Estate, which is closed off for the race. You set off in front of the very impressive Englefield house and then run through the estate, which is a mixture of grass fields, crop fields and the polo fields. The course is tough on your legs running through long grass and uneven surfaces, plus there are a few good climbs towards the end of the course.At the end you are give your medal and a cup of water. The medal is very basic and unfortunately did not replicate the beauty of the course and the scenery of the race.Parking was very well organised and located within the estate right next to the start/finish.This is a great small 10k race, which offers a great running challenge
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    Whiteley Fun Run
    Sun 9th Jun
    £6 - £12
    1 review
    Details

    Whiteley Fun Run

    Whiteley Village Care Centre, Octagon Rd, Hersham, Walton-on-Thames KT12 4EH, UKView event
    1 review
    About the event
    From the organiser

    After a very successful 2018 event, which saw record funds being raised for the villagers, 2019 sees the return of the Whiteley Village Fun Races. Set in the beautiful and tranquil 230 acre grounds of the Whiteley Village in Surrey, there are fun events for all the family The courses for each event are well signed and marshalled and totally free of traffic.

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    • Did the 5k Off-Road Race in 2018

      Very pleasant location. Organisation was good. Was my wife's first event and she really enjoyed it. We'll be back next year.
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    Whiteley 5K & 10K
    Sun 9th Jun
    £12 - £20
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    Whiteley 5K & 10K

    Whiteley Village, Hersham, Walton-on-Thames KT12 4BT, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This year sees the return of the Whiteley 5k and 10k. Set in the beautiful and tranquil 230 acre grounds of the Whiteley Village in Surrey, the 5k is a one lap race along undulating trails, and the 10k covers 2 laps. Why not come along, take part, have loads of fun and, in the process, help Whiteley Village Races to beat last year's donation for Whiteley Homes Trust.

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    Dorney Lake - Olympic & Sprint Triathlon - August
    Sun 4th Aug
    £77 - £90
    6 reviews
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    Dorney Lake - Olympic & Sprint Triathlon - August

    Dorney Lake Boathouse, Court Ln, Dorney, Windsor SL4 6QP, UKView event
    6 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Set at the spectacular, flat and smooth-surfaced Dorney Lake, near Windsor, the course takes onto the lake and around the perimeter of the water for the cycle and run. With fuel and water stations and chip-timed results we try and make it as easy as possible to get your pacing right so that you can focus on your race and get the best possible time.

    Super fast course - perfect for beginners or intermediates. Anyone can enter this triathlon.

    Dorney Lake is ideally placed, being within very easy reach of London, Heathrow Airport, the M4 corridor and the M3, M25 and M40 motorways. It is well-served too by the rail network.

    Location: Dorney Lake, off Court Lane, Dorney, Windsor, SL4 6QP

    Date: 17/06/18

    Start time: 8am (Olympic) / 9am (Sprint)

    Reviews
    • Did the Olympic in 2018

      It was my first olympic distance tri, I was pleased not to be battling waves and swell. Good atmosphere, some pretty serious racers were there probably for the flat course, but plenty of first timers too. This is a lap-heavy race, but at least you can't get lost. Well organised and good for spectators as you can see all the racing from one spot apart from the back straight on the bike loop.
    • Did the Sprint in 2018

      This was my first triathlon and it was so much fun, I want to do it all over again. It was really small, only about 20 women in my wave, but it was perfect for beginners. They played great music by the bike racks so the atmosphere was brilliant, everyone was so nice and the medals were sparkly which was a huge bonus :) The course is very flat, you do laps though so it could get boring maybe, there was a serious crosswind on the day, but it was great fun being able to see all the boys from their wave, and friends doing the Olympic. Lots of high fiving on the run, couldn't recommend this more for beginners, or people wanting a PB. I'll definitely be doing it next year.
    • Did the Olympic in 2018

      Great race, well organised and good place for first tri
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    Down Tow Up Flow - Half Marathon - July
    Sun 28th Jul
    £23 - £25
    17 reviews
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    Down Tow Up Flow - Half Marathon - July

    17 Sheet St, Windsor SL4 1BN, UKView event
    17 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Run this gloriously scenic, flat, multi-terrain, point-to-point half marathon along the Thames towpath. You can park at the finish in Windsor and take the coach provided to the start - once you've finished the race your car will be there waiting for you. Spectator friendly route and finish area with refreshments in a stunning part of the British countryside, so bring the family!

    Reviews
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

      It's a beautiful course along the river. Would definitely do it again. Despite the fact it was hot and I hadn't really trained, I managed a good time. Would highly recommend.
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

      Very well organised, beautiful course but not one for the hard-core runner wanting that PB - course very varied,some steps,bridges etc. Would definitely recommend.
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

      I do think adding fresh fruit ( orange slices ) could be very helpful to the participants instead of Haribos... I also was hoping the timing would've been tracked so that I could know how I did through the race.. and not just my finishing time.. if I had known in advance I would've tracked it myself...
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    Weybridge 10k
    Sun 23rd Jun
    £23 - £25
    6 reviews
    Details

    Weybridge 10k

    Walton Ln, Shepperton, Walton-on-Thames, UKView event
    6 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Weybridge 10k is Back & Bigger than ever and we can't wait for YOU to Join Us! Due to it's Success & Growth to Date, this Race is Now organised by AAT-Events alongside Former Race Founder Matt Trevett.

    Join over 2500 Runners that have Entered since we Launched in 2016 and Run a 80% Closed Road Route through the Famous Weybridge Town High Street, taking in Sights such as Oatlands Park, The Town Monument & Walton Bridge. This Well Marshalled & Thought Out Route is Chip Timed, allowing you to Get Instant Results as you cross the Finish Line. We put every Effort into making sure your whole Race Experience is an Enjoyable Journey from the moment you Enter. We also like to Boast the Best Medals around which you can find across Instagram @weybridge10k #RunWeybridge

    This is the Perfect 10k to Grab the Essence of the Surrey Countryside but with the Views of the River Thames, Boutique High Street & Historic Architecture that can be found on the Outskirts of London. The Race is supported by Local Sponsors Weybridge Sports Shop, The Footcare Centre & Sony.

    Give yourself a chance of a PB on this Closed Road Event and Pick Up a 'Marathon Sized' 10k Medal for your efforts!

    Reviews
    • Did the 10k in 2018

      The last two years have been great, I can't wait to take part again, what a lovely town to run in!!!
    • Did the event in 2018

      A lovely well organised event - a perfect location for a race and lovely and scenic along the river - through the town is well marshalled and a lovely finishers medal.
    • Did the event in 2018

      Really enjoyed this, fairly local to me and takes in the natural beauty of the river Thames
      Great medal
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    The Bushy Summer 10k & 5k
    Sun 9th Jun
    Teddington, London, United Kingdom
    £14 - £19
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    The Bushy Summer 10k & 5k

    Cobbler's Walk, Teddington TW11 0EB, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Celebrate Summer in style at the Bushy Summer 10k & 5k

    Taking place within the iconic surroundings of Bushy Park this is the perfect setting for a fast, flat and traffic-free Sunday morning 10k. If you prefer, why not take on the 5k option? The course covers the tracks, trails and footpaths within the park and is suitable for runners of all abilities. Beginners welcome.

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    Reading, O2O - 1K, 3K & 10K - October
    £10 - £20
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    Reading, O2O - 1K, 3K & 10K - October

    The Oracle, Reading RG1 2AG, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This flat 10km race route embraces Reading's waterways for much of the distance, offering a wonderful, multi-surfaced course that takes in rural, modern and historical areas of the town and surrounding countryside. Friendly atmosphere for beginners, yet a fast course for those who want to try for a 10km PB!

    Superb spectator-friendly start and finish by the river, with refreshments available. As well as the 10km main race, there will be 1km & 3km fun runs covering all age groups, so bring the family! Plenty of free car parking

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    Collingbourne Half Marathon
    Sun 9th Jun
    £25
    3 reviews
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    Collingbourne Half Marathon

    Crawlboys Farm House, Crawlboys Ln, Ludgershall, Andover SP11 9PN, UKView event
    3 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Collingbourne half Marathon is a purely off road run with absolutely stunning views of the Collingbourne woods in Ludgershall.

    This not so hilly run gives you bridle track, woodland tracks and great single track running. suitable for all level of runners.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      nice route and well organised. Loved the feed stations thanks to all marshals.
    • Did the event in 2018

      A lovely event held in a farm yard hq with plenty of space, portaloos and a pop-up cafe. Beautiful route through fields, woodland and farmland along tracks, trails and footpaths. A couple of minor signage issues which is forgivable for a first time event. Free photos, medal and good water stations. I will definitely be back for next year.
    • Did the event in 2018

      I'm not sure why the race is marked as "road" on here because it's anything but that. The Collingbourne half marathon is true trail race which is very well organised by a very friendly club. The terrain is technical in places with plenty of variety. So yes, I'll be back!
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    QOF Badass 10KM
    Sun 9th Jun
    £12.50
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    QOF Badass 10KM

    Crawlboys Farm House, Crawlboys Ln, Ludgershall, Andover SP11 9PN, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This great event is back for its second year in Collingbourne woods in Wiltshire gives you great woodland running with no roads and traffic to contend with. A nice hilly route with stunning views.

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    Maidenhead - Half Marathon & Fun Run - September
    Sun 1st Sep
    £10 - £34
    14 reviews
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    Maidenhead - Half Marathon & Fun Run - September

    75 High St, Maidenhead SL6 1JF, UKView event
    14 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    A great opportunity to run on closed roads on a fast, flat course! Voted 3rd in the 'Pb Potential' category in Runners World Races of the Year 2013 Awards. Suitable for beginners, PB-Hunters and competitive athletes alike.

    Now in its 9th year, the Maidenhead Half Marathon is an established favourite in the local race calendar: it is known for its enthusiastic spectator support, impeccable organisation, and most of all its undisputed PB-potential. Held on closed roads around urban Maidenhead and scenic Cookham, this is a fast race on a flat course, and will delight everyone whether you want to improve your race time or embark on your very first half marathon.

    Reviews
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2016

      Flat and fast - great for PBs!
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2016

      This is a fast course with PB potential. It is well organised, with a handy bag drop and somewhere to hang out inside pre-race. The course itself is two loops but gives a decent balance of town and countryside. It's well supported in the town.
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2013

      Race was great - managed to hit the 7:40 pace I wanted even though it rained and RAINED from 8am till the end... Loved the event and would do it again (will check weather next time!)
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    Porsche Brooklands Colour Me Krazy 5k
    Sun 14th Jul
    £15 - £24
    2 reviews
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    Porsche Brooklands Colour Me Krazy 5k

    Walton Ln, Shepperton, Walton-on-Thames, UKView event
    2 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This Brand New Colour Run 5k is coming to Weybridge, July 2019. Colour Me Krazy is an exciting Race that brings together the Challenge of a 5k Race with a Splash of Colour, ideal for all the Family!

    Organised by the Team behind the Weybridge 10k, we have brought over 2500 Runners to the Streets of Weybridge over the last 2 years and we can't wait to introduce this Brand New Event.

    The Goal is to have a Good Time and Achieve a 5k Run that you can Walk, run, jog and if youre feeling brave cartwheel the whole way!! And for those who want to achieve even more they can try for their Personal Best. Create a team or go solo and totally work it! Bring your Friends and Family to cheer you on and add some colour to your white tees. Start and Finish by the River Thames and Enjoy a Route that takes you along the Famous 10k Tow Path that is talked about by our very own 10K finishers.

    Every 1k mark there is a Colour Station that you Pass through but we ensure you, you wont be coming out with a white tee anymore. Here, our Race Team Shower with our Special 100% Safe Colour Powder. As you go, the Colours build, until by the end of the course where youll be covered in all the colours of the rainbow.

    At the Finish Line we have a Huge Colour Party, where you get to Throw Coloured powder and light up the sky and make it rain colour. To make it even more fun we challenge you to cover your friends and family in all the colour so they have no white showing.

    #ColourMeKrazy #RunWeybridge

    Reviews
    • Did the Colour 5k in 2018

      I am excited to be taking part in the new Colour Me Krazy next July, it looks like a really exciting new Colour Run and it will definitely bring a big crowd to Weybridge! Along with the food, drink and family stalls I am looking forward to running a 5k that doesn't have the pressure of getting a fast time, I can just relax and have fun whilst enjoying completing my first 5k
    • Did the Colour 5k in 2018

      I am really looking forward to doing this in 2019 in its very first year, the route & atmosphere will be just like the famous Weybridge 10k!
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    RunThrough Richmond Park Half Marathon
    Sun 7th Jul
    £30
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    RunThrough Richmond Park Half Marathon

    Richmond Park, Richmond, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Join us for our Richmond Park Half Marathon! It has been managed as a royal deer park since the seventeenth century, its likely youll spot some deer around the course! We hope you join us for what will no doubt be a fantastic Sunday morning

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    Richmond Park Summer 10k & 5k
    Sun 7th Jul
    £14 - £19
    2 reviews
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    Richmond Park Summer 10k & 5k

    Sheen Gate, Richmond TW10 5HR, UKView event
    2 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Join us and celebrate Summer in 2018 at The Richmond Park Summer 10K and 5K. Taking place within the picturesque Richmond Park, it's a perfect setting for a pacy, traffic-free Sunday morning 10k. If you prefer, why not take on the 5k option? The undulating course covers the tracks, trails and footpaths within the park and is suitable for runners of all abilities. Beginners welcome.

    Reviews
    • Did the 10k in 2018

      I do looked forward to this run but unfortunately the heat just got the better of me. Such a pity this run started so late as by 10am it was Scorturing hot. Very disappointed in the result and the whole experience.
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    Spire Bushey - 5K, 10K & Junior Races - July
    Sun 14th Jul
    £10 - £20
    1 review
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    Spire Bushey - 5K, 10K & Junior Races - July

    21 Palmer Ave, Bushey WD23 3NB, UKView event
    1 review
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This great little race is now in its 34th year. The 5k & 10k both wind their way around the leafy Hertfordshire town of Bushey itself, whilst the Junior Races take place at Race HQ - Queens' School. Chip-timed, with a great route, good organisation and fantastic marshaling these events will be perfect for everyone from novice runners to competitive athletes.

    Reviews
    • Did the 10k in 2017

      Not a PB course!! Great medal. Ok route but had a short SHARP hill.
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    Run Kempton Park
    Sat 3rd Aug
    Sunbury-on-Thames, South East, United Kingdom
    £13 - £26
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    Run Kempton Park

    Kempton Park Racecourse, Staines Rd E, Shepperton, Sunbury-on-Thames TW16 5AQ, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    100% Closed roads course

    The course is held entirely within the grounds of Kempton Park, so there will be no pedestrians or vehicles to negotiate.

    Very fast course

    The 5Km loop has a total of 9 metres of elevation gain. There are no climbs on the course at all.


    You get a really cool medal!

    We hire professional graphic designers to create a custom and unique medal every year for this race.

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    Gunnersbury Park 10K
    Sun 21st Jul
    £15
    Details

    Gunnersbury Park 10K

    Gunnersbury Park Museum, Gunnersbury Park Museum, Gunnersbury Park House, Popes Ln, London W5 4NH, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Well come along to the Gunnersbury Park 10K which will take place at Gunnersbury Park Museum, Popes Lane, London and meet fellow runners and beat your personal best! It's a Fast and accurately measured course. So, join us for a spectacular 10k race & enjoy with your friends, family & loved one.

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    Water of Life - 10K, Half Marathon and Junior Race - October
    Sun 20th Oct
    £10 - £25
    9 reviews
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    Water of Life - 10K, Half Marathon and Junior Race - October

    2 Spittal St, Marlow SL7 1DA, UKView event
    9 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Enjoy a superb scenic multi-terrain 10k or half marathon route starting and finishing in the prestigious Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre

    Reviews
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2016

      I love a small race event, the atmosphere is so friendly, the organisation might not be quite up to the standard of the huge races, but that’s often what makes them all the more endearing.
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2015

      A fantastic race. It could not be faulted. Excellent course, marshalls so friendly and supportive, the whole atmosphere was out of this world. Certainly a race I would do again and recommend. Thanks for such a nice medal and t-shirt. Well done everyone. One of the best races I have done in the 30 years I have been running.
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2015

      It was an absolutely cracking run. Great value for money, excellent course and scenery. Great atmosphere, brilliant marshaling.
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    Thames Meander Marathon & Half – Summer
    Sat 10th Aug
    Kingston upon Thames, London, United Kingdom
    £30 - £40
    4 reviews
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    Thames Meander Marathon & Half – Summer

    Wedding Flicks (Pozella Productions), Eden St, Kingston upon Thames KT1 1EE, UKView event
    4 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    A choice of two Summer runs starting and finishing at the YMCA Hawker Centre (Kingston), proceeding towards the Thames Path on an out and back flat and fast scenic riverside route that is very well marked and marshalled all the way along. Both the half marathon and the marathon courses are both at and fast so were expecting some great PBs.

    Reviews
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

      This was my first ever running race, and I loved it! The course was a very beautiful trail along the River Thames, the organisation of the start was good. No issues with bag drop or bib collection. There was a long queue for the toilets before the race, but that seems pretty standard at these things. Good spacing of water points and good communication via email in the week leading up to the race. Not a huge crowd of spectators along the route, but the locals who were out certainly cheer you on. I'd highly recommend this for someone who is looking for a scenic, flat trail run in London - I'll definitely be signing up again next year!
    • Did the event in 2017

      I ran the marathon in 2017. It is an out and back along the thames path. They state that if the weather is dry road shoes will be fine however a lot of the path is traily, gravel, mud and very uneven. By mile 13 i had jarred my back from the uneven paths. The aid stations only provide squash and sweets and crisps. There is no support on course and headphones are not allowed. You are running mainly through the trees so you cannot see a lot.
    • Did the event in 2017

      Registration, as is the norm these days it seems, was on the day. No numbers sent in the post. It opened at 7:30am for a 10:30am start for the half marathon. (10am start for the marathon). 700 people participating across the two distances, but only 5 portaloos.Race briefing was good and informative, and both distances started on time. Always a good thing.First time I've done this race, and I found it pretty tough. It was pretty warm, and I made the decision to leave my backpack and water bladder in the car having heard how well stocked the aid stations would be and what they would have at them (Hi5 gels, water, electolytes, chia seed bars, Haribos, crisps). This was a mistake on my part. The aid stations were inadequately manned and meant that runners were bunched around a table waiting for water to be poured into cups. I don't like stopping really, so found this a real pain at all the stations. Some didn't have gels, no electrolytes or bars. Probably my own fault for not taking my backpack with my stuff in. I'll certainly take it next time.The course followed the Thames path from Teddington to Kew and back again, with an extra 2 mile loop at the end. The course was well marked. I struggled with the terrain, which was stoney and hard on my feet. It was a busy course shared with cyclists, walkers etc. To be expected in London, but the path was narrow in places and this made it difficult to get past people and them to get round you. It was down to walkin pace in some of the nettle lined wooded areas.The medal was superb, and made the difficult run feel worth it in the end. I don't think I'll be doing this race again though.
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    Glow in the Park – London
    Sat 31st Aug
    Sunbury-on-Thames, South East, United Kingdom
    £16 - £27
    Details

    Glow in the Park – London

    144 Staines Rd E, Sunbury-on-Thames TW16 5AY, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Join us on an epic voyage through our 6 Glow Zones

    Electrifying light shows and energising beats will carry you around the course as you get your glow on in the Foam Zone, powder up in the UV Paint Blast Zone and get grooving in the Time Tunnel. Open to all abilities, young or old - whether you dance / walk / jog or run - Glow in the Park is your time to shine.

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    Bovingdon Parish 10k
    Sun 1st Sep
    £12 - £14
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    Bovingdon Parish 10k

    Memorial Hall, 72 High St, Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead HP3 0HJ, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Our friends at the Bovingdon Parish Council are organising the 3rd annual Bovingdon 10k and 3k Fun Run on Sunday 1st September 2019. The 10k is an undulating road race which starts and finishes at the Memorial Hall in Bovingdon, Hertfordshire. Also 3k fun run.

    A 10K run through the picturesque village of Bovingdon and surrounding villages and countryside. The terrain is undulating but the scenery is beautiful. The majority of the race is run on roads although there is a footpath just after the start.

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    Andover Trail Marathon
    Sun 1st Sep
    Enham Alamein, South East, United Kingdom
    £35
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    Andover Trail Marathon

    Enham Trust, Head Office Trust Enham, Enham Place, Enham Alamein, Andover SP11 6JS, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    26.2 miles of everything North Hampshire has to offer from thigh burning climbs with a maximum elevation of 280 m to long fast down hill section taking in the the views of the beautiful meadows and valleys.

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    Andover Trail Half Marathon
    Sun 1st Sep
    Enham Alamein, South East, United Kingdom
    £25
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    Andover Trail Half Marathon

    Enham Alamein, Andover SP11, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    13.1 miles full marked course with all the stunning views North Hampshire has to offer.

    This event will be chip timed with instant results.

    A very chilled out event for all level of runner with a great family atmosphere

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