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Ealing Half Marathon

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Join thousands of runners at the UK's best Half Marathon this September. Perfect for runners of all stripes, this fan-favourite boasts a buzzing atmosphere, bespoke medal, and plenty of cheering fans to get you around the course. This definitely won't be one to miss!

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Tickets available until Mon Aug 30 2021

What's included:

  • Voted the UK’s best half marathon three years in a row
  • UKA Registered course
  • West London’s biggest running event
  • Race Village
  • Bespoke Finisher's Medal
  • Fully Road Closed
  • Chip-timed results
  • 700+ volunteers to help get you round
  • 30,000 spectators cheering you on
  • Water stations
  • Bag drop
Half Marathon
9:00am Sun 26th Sep 2021

Run 13.1mi

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7 reviews
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4.3
Did the Half Marathon in 2019
Really well organised with great support from the residents. It is a very tough course with lots of hills! … read more
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5.0
Did the Half Marathon in 2019
Amazing local run, super well organised and amazing crowds cheering you on around the whole course! Even the inclines make you smile!… read more
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5.0
Did the Half Marathon in 2019
Fabulous race, amazing organisation and really friendly crowds. It all went extremely smoothly - couple of challenging inclines!… read more
Frequently asked questions
FAQ
Where does the Ealing Half Marathon start?
The Ealing Half Marathon starts at Lammas Park (Ealing W5 5JH), and takes runners through parts of Central Ealing, Montpelier, Pitshanger, West Ealing, Hanwell and St Stephen’s before returning to Lammas Park for a finish in front of a cheering crowd.… read more
FAQ
Will there be traffic on the route?
No, the entire 13.1 mile course is along closed roads. Note however that there is a cut-off time of 3 hours to complete the course, to allow the roads to be opened back up again.… read more
FAQ
Can I wear headphones?
While the entire route is along closed roads, the organisers heavily discourage participants from using headphones, so that they can hear marshall's instructions.… read more
Route description
Route description

Once again starting and finishing in Lammas Park, the popular Ealing Half Marathon takes place on fully closed-roads. The whole course is a single lap taking in parts of Central Ealing, Montpelier, Pitshanger, West Ealing, Hanwell and St Stephen’s before returning to Lammas Park.

There will be water stations along the course.

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4.3
Did the Half Marathon in 2019
Really well organised with great support from the residents. It is a very tough course with lots of hills!
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5.0
Did the Half Marathon in 2019
Amazing local run, super well organised and amazing crowds cheering you on around the whole course! Even the inclines make you smile!
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5.0
Did the Half Marathon in 2019
Fabulous race, amazing organisation and really friendly crowds. It all went extremely smoothly - couple of challenging inclines!
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5.0
Did the Half Marathon in 2019
Great well organised race, enjoyed by myself and my friends from Tooting, have done it twice now and would do it again
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5.0
Did the Half Marathon in 2019
Great atmosphere, challenging course, well organised, changing facilities food drink and merchandise stalls great support around the course
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4.7
Did the Half Marathon in 2018
Really enjoyed this half marathon on closed roads around Ealing. Some of it is through the parks and some of it the leafy suburban streets. Was a friendly and well run event. Would definitely do it again!
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Logistics and schedule

09:00 Half Marathon starts

12:00 Cut-off time

Age Requirements

All entrants must be 17 and older to enter the event.

Race Packs

Race packs will be posted in September to all entrants who have registered before August 31st. After this date you will have to collect your race bib on race weekend, the organisers will send details on this to you by email.

Cut-Off Time

There is a cut-off time of 3 hours to allow the roads to begin opening again. Walking part of the course is fine but please aim to finish within this 3 hour window.

Mass Start

There will be pace areas & markers in the start funnel to encourage runners to start in the area most suited to their expected finish time for the enjoyment & safety of all.

There will be a single mass start with a few seconds gap in between small waves and we expect all runners to filter across the start line within a short period of time. As the race will be chip-timed this small delay will not affect the official chip times of any runner.

Physio

There will be a physio in the race village from Move Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Clinics. Move Clinics will be providing some much needed post race massages at £10 for 10 minutes.

Water Stations

There are 5 water stations along the route which will be set up at churches. They will be located at St Peter’s, at the two-mile point; St Barnabas at four miles; St Stephen’s, after six miles; St Mary’s, Hanwell, at mile nine; and St John’s, Mattock Lane, when runners have a mile to go.

There is also the addition of St Christopher’s on Borders Road providing a well needed fuel station with oranges and break-out zone at mile six and a half if you need it.

How to get there

Lammas Park, 30 Elers Rd, London W13 9QD, UK

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By London Underground

Northfields Station on the Piccadilly Line (Heathrow Branch) is within a 10 minute walk of the Start/Finish area. Ealing Broadway Station on the Central and District Lines, is a 15 minute walk from the Start/Finish area.

Please go to the TfL Journey Planner www.journeyplanner.tfl.gov.uk for more details.

By Train

Mainline from London Paddington to Ealing Broadway Station (just one stop, 10 minutes) which is a 15 minute walk from the Start/Finish area. From the West, Ealing Broadway is served by trains from Slough, Maidenhead, Reading and beyond. Please note that West Ealing & Hanwell stations are not operational on Sundays.

By Bus

Route 65 (Richmond-Ealing) – alight at South Ealing Station which is a 5 minute walk from the Start/Finish area Route 207/427 (Hayes-White City) – alight at Ealing Police Station which is a 10 minute walk from the Start/Finish area. Route 83 (Golders Green-Ealing Hospital) – alight at Ealing Police Station* which is a 10 minute walk from the Start/Finish area. Route E2 (Greenford-Brentford) – alight at Northfield Avenue/Graham
Avenue which is adjacent to the Start/Finish area.

Please note that diversions are in operation on the 207/427 and 83 routes on the morning of the race.

By Car

If you are driving to the event, please try to car-share with other participants to minimise the environmental impact and disruption to local residents. Please leave enough time to park and walk to the Race HQ. Road closures will come into effect before the start of the event and there will be no parking on the roads surrounding the Race HQ.

Parking

Please note that there is no dedicated car park for the Ealing Half Marathon. There are, however, 2 car parks operated by Ealing Council within walking distance of the Race HQ. These car parks require payment even on Sundays so please ensure you have some coins handy

Frequently asked questions
FAQ
Where does the Ealing Half Marathon start?
The Ealing Half Marathon starts at Lammas Park (Ealing W5 5JH), and takes runners through parts of Central Ealing, Montpelier, Pitshanger, West Ealing, Hanwell and St Stephen’s before returning to Lammas Park for a finish in front of a cheering crowd.
FAQ
Will there be traffic on the route?
No, the entire 13.1 mile course is along closed roads. Note however that there is a cut-off time of 3 hours to complete the course, to allow the roads to be opened back up again.
FAQ
Can I wear headphones?
While the entire route is along closed roads, the organisers heavily discourage participants from using headphones, so that they can hear marshall's instructions.
FAQ
How old do I need to be to enter?
All participants must be 17 years old or over on the day of the race. This age limit is set by England Athletics and is a condition of our race insurance.
FAQ
Are there showers at the Ealing Half Marathon?
There will not be showers at the event.
FAQ
Is there a bag drop at the Ealing Half Marathon?
Yes, there will be a bag drop at the event in the race village.
FAQ
How do I find my results from the event?
Results will be posted here: https://www.ealinghalfmarathon.com/results/ after the race.
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Half Marathon
9:00am Sun 26th Sep 2021

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