Both the half and the 10km start out in the grounds of Chiswick House, heading out to the river and then splitting off into two different routes depending on your preferred distance, before ending up back at Chiswick House.
It’s the perfect time to run if you’re training for the London marathon, or even Brighton, Manchester or Boston marathons! Any marathon training plan will include a half marathon run at 10-12 weeks. This is yours!
And if you have supporters or kids in tow, all the better. We’ll have a festival village on site with games and activities to keep everyone entertained, as well as a bar to treat yourself to a well-earned drink at the end of the run!
So grab yourself a ticket while they’re at the lowest price – they rise every month in the run up to the event which means you don’t want to hang about! And tickets are limited.
The event is open for all, whether you’re a seasoned runner or just wanting a run to train for. You can even part walk it if you like!
Posted on 13.03.18
where did the registration fee go to? I think the registration was around £35 and for that I think I got 3 cups of water...and some markers on some lampposts. Not even chip timing! I signed up for the Fulham 10k next week (£40) and that has chipped timing and a t-shirt. Feel very ripped off by rough runners and won’t be inclined to do one of their races again
Posted on 12.03.18