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Intersport Run Reigate Half Marathon, 5K, 10K & Kids Race

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Featuring the fantastic scenery of Reigate Priory Park and a great atmosphere, the Intersport Run Reigate Half Marathon, 10K Race, 5K Race and Canon Kids Race is back again! Held annually since 2014, this event has been voted the ‘Best UK Half Marathon’ at the National Running Awards on multiple occasions, and is perfect for runners of all abilities. Family and friends will also love the closed traffic-free route, live music, food village and vendors.

Review summary

4 Reviews
  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere


Colm T
"A fantastic route. If you’re thinking of doing a half-marathon then I..."


Colin W
"Done this 3 times and signed up for2020, they must be doing something right if..."


Kit W
"Great event BUT. Bottled water at the AID Stations. When will these companies..."
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How to enter the Intersport Run Reigate Half Marathon, 5K, 10K & Kids Race

  1. Half Marathon (min. age 17)

    Run 13.1mi
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  2. 10k (min. age 15)

    Run 10km
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  3. Kids Race (min. age 4)

    Run 1.1mi
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  4. 5k (min. age 11)

    Run 5km
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Intersport Run Reigate Half Marathon, 5K, 10K & Kids Race routes

Half Marathon:

Set over a fully closed route, the single-lap course takes in a combination of beautiful rural Surrey countryside and country lanes; a picturesque treat for runners made even more enjoyable by the communities of local supporters along the route.


The Reigate 10k race is a fully closed, single-lap route that allows you to take in a combination of picturesque country lanes and rural countryside to give every 10ker the same visual treats (distractions) the Half Marathoners enjoy.

Fully closed 10k races are usually the reserve of big cities making this a truly unique run.


The 5k is a fully closed, single-lap route starting and finishing in Reigate’s beautiful Priory Park.

Kids Race:

A fun and enjoyable 1.1 mile race which starts in the Event Village, heads up and along the trees, around the pond before joining the main race route for a great finish along the ‘Avenue of Trees’.

Event Details

What’s Included

Each runner will receive:

A high-quality medal for all finishers

A collectable technical T-shirt

Chip timing

Bag storage

Water stations (at regular 3 mile intervals)

A pre-race warm-up

The Xempo pacing team (covering: sub 1:30 / sub 1:40 / sub 1:50 / sub 2:00 / sub 2:10 and sub 2:20 finish times)

First aid stations in the event village and throughout the race

Post-race refreshments

Live music and stage entertainment

Fantastic scenery and a memorable experience

Raceday Logistics

10K: STARTS 9.00am SHARP

Half Marathon: STARTS 9.15am SHARP


Please arrive by 8am to ensure you have time to put your belongings in the Spire bag drop marquee, use the toilets and familiarise yourself with the Event Village and the start line. Breakfast, tea, coffee and other refreshments will be available at the Event Village from 7.30am.

Kit List

Can I run wearing an iPod, MP3 player or other personal stereo device during the race?

The wearing of headphones or similar devices is against IAAF/UK Athletics rules unless the entire route is wholly closed to traffic. Although our races are held on closed roads, we do not recommend the use of headphones for safety reasons. You should always be fully aware of your surroundings, able to overtake – and be overtaken safely and to take instructions from marshals. Please remember that emergency vehicles may have to access the course and have priority over everything and everyone. And besides…although we won’t stop you using them, why not take the opportunity to savour the amazing atmosphere and spectator support that our race receives!!?

Are pushchairs allowed on the Half Marathon, 10k and 5k courses?

Yes, race pushchairs are allowed, but please be careful and considerate of other runners.

Will there be a bag storage area?

Yes, there will be a bag storage area in the event village (near to the start/finish area), look out for the signage when you arrive. The bag-drop will be open from 07:30 until 14:00 and all runners can deposit one bag on the day free of charge, bags can be collected after the race upon presentation of your race number. Whilst the area will be attended by race volunteers, all items are left at your own risk, so please do not bring any valuables with you.

We need hundreds of volunteers to help make this event something really special and there are LOTS of opportunities from setting up the event village on Saturday to looking after runners in the park on race morning, at the bag drop, information point and finish line handing out medals, finisher t-shirts and water.

Racemakers also play an integral role along both routes motivating runners, providing clear direction and safety messages, handing out water and plenty more!

If you haven’t done it before please think about volunteering. Not only will you get the feel-good factor from supporting local charities, volunteering is also a great opportunity to feel part of the event and meet like-minded people.

If you would like to get in touch to volunteer then please follow the link below:


When will race photos be available?

Race photos will be available approximately 2 days after the race on our gallery page.

When will results be available?

Race results will be available straight after you finish – if you have registered with a valid UK mobile phone, you will receive an SMS message upon finishing with your results. You can also get your results from our race results booth in the Event Village. Post-event all results will be available on our website in the results section.

Will there be toilets?

Yes, there will be adequate toilet facilities in the Event Village and at water stations along the routes.

Are there changing/shower facilities available?

No, there will be no changing or showering facilities so please arrive ready to run.

Will there be first aid stations available if I need them?

Yes, there will be a strong presence from our medical providers at various points along both the Half Marathon, 10k and 5K routes, in addition to medical teams at water stations and in Priory Park at the start/finish.

Will there be food and drink available?

Yes. The Food Village will offer a huge selection of delicious food and drink for runners and spectators with some vendors serving breakfast from 08:00 am. These will be open throughout the day until the event begins to close down at 14:00 pm.

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Intersport Run Reigate Half Marathon, 5K, 10K & Kids Race reviews (4)

4.6 out of 5 stars

  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere
  • Did the Half Marathon (min. age 17) in 2019

    A fantastic route. If you’re thinking of doing a half-marathon then I thoroughly recommend this one (even if it’s your first). It was really well-organised & lots of family activities to keep partners and kids occupied while you’re running. Brilliant atmosphere and lots of marshals along the way to help and motivate. It’s definitely on my list for next year.
  • Did the Half Marathon (min. age 17) in 2019

    Done this 3 times and signed up for2020, they must be doing something right if people keep coming back.
  • Did the Half Marathon (min. age 17) in 2019

    Great event BUT. Bottled water at the AID Stations. When will these companies realise this is a massive NO NO. A paper cup is quite adequate
  • Did the Half Marathon (min. age 17) in 2019

    First time running the Run Reigate Half and thought it was a great event. Parking close to the event was easy with good pre event info provided but the organisers. The event village was well organised with lively atmosphere and offered food stalls and bars for post race relaxation. The course itself starts with a hill as you leave the town but soon flattens out into a picturesque route through the Surrey countryside. Great local support along the way too. The kicker is at the very end with a steep hill around mile 20. However, it then drops down back into the park for a nice run to the finish. Overall a great race and will do again.
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