The marathon event will start on the Thames Path trail right beside the Wraysbury Skiff & Punting Club Race HQ. The route will initially be two 2.5 mile out / back loop to the Staines Bridge, followed by 4 out / back 5.3 mile sections to the Old Windsor Lock check point (turnaround point) along this lovely and scenic stretch of the River Thames path.
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Marathon Route: A at scenic riverside trail marathon starting and nishing at the YMCA Hawker Centre HQ.The course meanders along the Thames Path out to the far side of Canbury Gardens and then returns past the HQ and along the Thames Path trail as far as the Barn Elms Rowing Club turnaround point, returning past the HQ again to the far side of Canbury Gardens which is the nal turnaround point, returning to nish at the YMCA HQ.
Half Marathon Route: A at scenic riverside trail half marathon starting and nishing at the YMCA Hawker Centre HQ.The course starts in the opposite direction to the marathon and meanders along the Thames Path out to the rst turnaround point at the Kew Gardens car park, then returning past the race HQ and on towards Canbury Gardens just past the Boaters Inn Pub which is the nal half marathon turnaround point, returning to nish at the YMCA HQ.
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.
The Hampshire Hoppit marathon and half marathon are both trail races, i.e. predominantly off-road. They use routes that will be clearly marked and marshalled, and including local sections of famous long distance footpaths, the Wayfarers Walk and (for the marathon) the Harrow Way.
Both are scenic single-lap courses that will start and end at Kingsclere on the Hampshire/Berkshire border, reaching some of the highest points in Hampshire with views across the county.
There are occasional quiet road sections or road crossings that will be marshalled.
There will be prizes for the first finishers, including age category awards.
There will be a maximum race cut-off time for the full marathon of 7-hours. Competitors that appear likely to exceed this time limit at (approximately) the 14-mile point will be requested to be withdrawn from the race. There is no race cut-off time for the half marathon.
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.
With five challenges, we have something for everyone. Whether you are already fit or wanting to kick-start your own or your familys fitness in 2018, the right experience to suit you is just a click away.
Were also encouraging everyone to fundraise. Wed like you to support our nominated charity the Surrey Hills Trust Fund, part of the Community Foundation for Surrey, by getting your family and friends to sponsor you. Your fundraising can make a real difference for local charities and help in the repair and maintenance of the Surrey Hills. Please click here to find out more about how to fundraise.
By completing the Surrey Hills Challenge youll take away memories of a challenge you'll never forget and leave a lasting legacy through your fundraising.
Welcome to London's Flattest Course! All on road and path inside Kew Gardens.
Take on one of London's most exclusive runs - passing through leafy Kew Gardens and alongside the beautiful river Thames. Join our team for this autumn riverside run and help fund our life-saving heart research.
This is the only time you can ever run in the World Heritage Site, Kew Gardens! London's most exclusive race starts inside Kew Gardens and finishes in an all-day family festival in Old Deer Park.
The Richmond Family Mile is a funrun for all ages. This is NOT a race and the intention is to allow the whole family get involved (especially children). There is NO time limit for entrants. Every runner with a bib receives a RUNFEST triangle medal and NIKE Tee shirt at the end.
The Borough of Richmond Upon Thames is the most uniquely beautiful part of London given its essential character, history, significance, and its gifts of nature. It is only right that Richmond Upon Thames should have a unique day to celebrate all the wonders this borough has to offer.
Welcome to Thames Meander Marathon & Half Marathon - November 2019. A choice of two Winter runs through the scenic Richmond Park, meandering along the Thames Path on an out and back, well marked, mostly riverside route. Both runs are moderately undulating and start and finish at Marymount School in Kingston Upon Thames.
An,out and back' flat and fast route along the beautiful Thames River towpath. Starting from Walton-on-Thames, it's four laps of a 3.3 mile (traffic free) jaunt along the picturesque towpath, which hugs the River all the way down to the turning point at the Molesey Lock Cafe, and back. Four races in this Series.
The Fox is back for 2018! Your favourite Foxxxy event is back, and in 2018 we'll be running the course anticlockwise, just to shake things up a little! We've teamed up with ULTRA magazine again to bring you The Fox Ultra. A 60km circular ultra run route around Guildford.
The route will be fully marked and offer 5 aid stops along the Fox Way. This scenic circular course was devised by Richard Fox, an avid local walker who was amazed by the beautiful and varied countryside he found along the route. Keen to share his findings, Richard set about signing and publicising his "Fox Way."