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2022sun08may8:30 amRanelagh Harriers Richmond half marathon 20228:30 am Rose of York PubGender:Men,Open,WomenAge:OpenTerrain:MixedDistance:13.1 miles Format:Scratch

Ranelagh Harriers Richmond 10k Enter now

Time

(Sunday) 8:30 am

Location

Rose of York Pub

Petersham Rd, Richmond TW10 6UY

How to Enter

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£20 with England Athletics affiliation £22 without England Athletics affiliation.

 

Online entry until midday on Friday 6 May. Entries also available on the day at the pre-race HQ.

Distance

13.1 miles

Event Details

Start and finish: The start is on Petersham Road, just up from the junction with Star and Garter Hill, approximately 400 meters from the pre-race HQ (Rose of York pub, TW10 6UY). The finish is on the grass area at the junction of Riverside Drive and Ham Street, approximately 400 metres from the post-race HQ (Richmond & Kew FC, TW10 7RU).

Race number and timing chip: Entrants will be emailed race-specific information approximately a week before the race. Anyone who enters before 22 April will be able to collect their race number and timing chip from Sporting Feet (Richmond, TW9 1ND) from Tuesday 26 April to Saturday 7 May inclusive. When collecting the race number and timing chip from Sporting Feet you will be able to get a 10% discount in store on any purchase.

Race number and chip for all entrants after 23 April, and for anyone who has not collected them from Sporting Feet, will be available for collection on the morning of the race from the pre-race HQ.

If you are unable to attend the race then please remember to return the timing chip which is already in a pre-paid self-addressed envelope.

How to enter: Online entries until midday on Friday 6 May – see link above at “How to Enter”.

Entries on the day: There will be entries available on the day at the pre-race HQ. Please allow plenty of time to register and pay (card only).

Getting there by public transport: Bus stop “Nightingale Lane” on bus route 65 is within a 2 minute walk of the pre-race HQ. Please see the Transport for London website for routes and information.

Parking: Please note that there is no parking at the pre-race HQ, Ranelagh Harriers’ clubhouse or the post-race HQ.

There is parking though in residential streets near the pre-race HQ. There is also plenty of free parking near the finish around Ham Common and the surrounding roads only a short walk from the finish and post-race HQ. Please be considerate of local residents when parking.

Please leave enough time to parking, leave your bag at the bag drop / collect your race number and chip from the pre-race HQ, and the short walk to the race start.

Facilities: Bags can be left at the pre-race HQ and will then be transported to the post-race HQ by the finish. There will be toilets available in the car park at the pre-race HQ. At the post-race HQ changing facilities, toilets and showers are available.

Official race photos: There will be photographers on the course and at the finish line, so don’t forget to give them a smile! Sign up at MyBibNumber in advance of the race to be notified when your photos are ready and receive a £5 discount.

Refreshments: There will be coffee and ice cream available to purchase from a mobile coffee van and an ice cream van at the finish. There will also be teas, coffee and snacks available to purchase at the post-race HQ.

More details

Pre-race HQ – Rose of York Pub, TW10 6UY.

Race HQ at the finish – Richmond & Kew FC, TW10 7RU

Course

The club’s annual half-marathon race is a fast and flat course which runs through Richmond and Twickenham, down to Hampton Court Bridge and back up along the Thames towpath to Ham. The race forms part of the club’s Summer Road Grand Prix and represents the club’s half marathon Road championships. It is also the Surrey Half-Marathon Championships and forms part of the Surrey Road League.

 

Link to Strava route map & detailed route description

Est. Moving Time Distance Elevation Gain
21.42 44.91
hours km meters
It’s a fast, flat and scenic route that is ideal for a PB. The race starts on Petersham Road, just up from the junction with Star and Garter Hill, and head initially to Richmond Bridge. Runners cross the bridge joining Richmond Road which they follow into Twickenham before joining the river opposite the famous Eel Pie Island. By Diamond Jubilee Gardens the route leaves the river and follows Cross Deep past Radnor Gardens and then proceeds along Twickenham Road all the way to the left hand turn down Ferry Road near Teddington Lock. The course then heads right along Broom Road which then becomes Lower Teddington Road. The route passes under Kingston Bridge after which it follows Hampton Court Road all the way to the Hampton Court Bridge. At the bridge runners turn left onto Barge Walk and then follow the towpath, with views to the left of majestic Hampton Court Palace and the golf club too, back to Kingston Bridge. The course passes under Kingston Bridge a second time and then over it before heading around the back of John Lewis where it rejoins the towpath once more. From there the route passes through Canbury Gardens and it then follows Low Ham Road passing in front of the main entrance to the Hawker Centre, the site of the former aircraft factory. Runners head left along Dukes Avenue and then left again onto Dysart Avenue before a right turn onto Burnell Avenue. There is then another right turn onto Beaufort Road, a left onto Hardwicke Road before rejoining Dukes Avenue on the left. This leads into Riverside Drive, alongside Ham Lands, with a right hand bend which leads to the finish on grass near the post race HQ, Richmond and Kew FC.

 

Please always be aware of other road users, runners, cyclists, and spectators.

 

Roads will not be closed to traffic. While running you must keep to the left-hand side of the road, run on the pavement where possible, and observe the Highway Code.

 

Unfortunately, the course is not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs. Blind or partially sighted runners may be accompanied; other runners must not be accompanied or followed by others on bicycles. Dogs and headphones are not permitted in the race.

 

Format

Scratch

Results

Race results will be available soon after the race at Ranelagh Harriers Richmond half marathon 2022 results

 

Previous results

Sunday 05 May 2019
Sunday 06 May 2018
Sunday 30 Apr 2017
Sunday 01 May 2016
Sunday 03 May 2015

For results for earlier events visit the Sport Systems website and search for ‘Ranelagh Richmond Half Marathon’.

 

Previous winners

YearMen’s race Women’s race 
2019Andrius Jaksevicius (Belgrave Harriers)01:11:49Rose Penfold01:22:54
2018Andrius Jaksevicius (Belgrave Harriers)01:11:43Olivia Matthews (Clapham Chasers RC)01:25:21
2017Ollie Garrod (Epsom & Ewell Harriers)01:11:00Alice Germana' (Sutton Runners)01:26:33
2016Ollie Garrod (Epsom & Ewell Harriers)01:12:06Megan De Silva (Ranelagh Harriers)01:22:16
2015Jake Waldron (Newham & Essex Beagles AC)01:10:56Cecilia Siruffo (Guildford & Godalming AC)01:27:03
2014John Kettle (Herne Hill Harriers)01:13:02Lauren Stewart (Ranelagh Harriers)01:22:51
2013Phil Killingley (Ranelagh Harriers)01:14:57Isobel Rea (West 4 Harriers)01:24:44
2012Phil Sanders(Kent AC)01:12:48Esther Evans (Highgate Harriers)01:20:29
2011Paul Martelletti (Victoria Park Harriers & Tower Hamlets AC)01:08:10Claire Grima (Hercules Wimbledon)01:23:29
2010Nick Hodges (Dorking & Mole Valley)01:12:08Becky Penty (Highgate Harriers)01:19:10
2009Peter Tucker (Blackheath & Bromley)01:09:24Jess Petersen (Stragglers)01:20:32
2008James Lawler01:12:43Melissa Lyne01:25:25
2006Phil Killingley (Ranelagh Harriers)01:10:30Angela Howe (London Heathside)01:20:42
2005David Symons(Thames Hare & Hounds)01:13:04Gemma Horne (Windsor, Slough & Eton AC)01:23:20

 

Prizes

All finishers will receive a race goody bag on completing the race.


In addition the following prizes are available and will be presented near the finish line of the race at approximately 10:30am.

 

Open race overall 1st, 2nd, 3rd men and women
Open race under 18 1st, 2nd and 3rd boys and girls
Open race men 40 – 49
Open race women 35 – 44
1st, 2nd and 3rd
Open race men 50 – 59
Open race women 45 – 54
1st, 2nd and 3rd
Open race men 60+
Open race women 55+
1st, 2nd and 3rd
Open race 1st Men’s team
Open race 1st Women’s teams
(three to score)
Open race 2nd Men’s team
Open race 2nd Women’s teams
(three to score)

Should an individual be eligible for an Open and a Masters prize, the greater value prize will be awarded. The other prize will be offered to the next finisher in either the Open or Masters race. Team prizes are unaffected.

Ranelagh Club Trophies

Ranelagh Harriers can also compete for the following trophies

 

The half marathon also forms part of the Summer Road Grand Prix

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