Richmond Park – Full Marathon 2017-05-26T08:16:54+00:00
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Richmond Park – Full Marathon

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  Sunday 27th May 2018
  The race starts at 9:30am
  Distance – 26.2 miles or 42.2km
   Full Marathon

Event Details

First Lap
Start – Sheen Gate. One mass start down the side of the road on grass down towards the cross roads. Turn right and head up the path all the way up towards Richmond Gate, when you get near the top , check the view of London’s panorama in the distance.

When the path meets the Tamsin trail by Richmond Gate turn right and follow the trail all the wayback to our Sheen gate HQ. The route then heads out again downhill towards towards the sheen gate cross roads, where we will get everyone to cross safely over onto the road up through through Dutchess Wood and past the famous White Lodge and following the road as it winds down towards the cark park next to Spankers HIll Wood.

We then follow the road down towards Robin Hood Gate. Here, you will rejoin the Tamsin trail and then head off clockwise towards Broomfield Hill where we have water and runners food available .

Please say thanks to our volunteers who I know will be giving you all the maximum encouragement as you continue around towards Ladderstile Gate and then on along through the woods at Dark Hill towards the crossing of the Tamsin Trail at Kingston Gate, please take care with traffic here.

Follow the glorious Tamsin Trail as it meanders along the Queens Road and on towards Ham Gate , so take care crossing there and also receive some refreshments and you head out across the large field with Ham Gate Pond on your left.

Join the Tamsin trail at the corner where it backs onto the Golf Club and stay on the Tamsin trail towards Petersham Gate, with some glorious views of the park and scenery to take in.

At Petersham Gate we will get you to turn around and stay on the full Tamsin trail all the way back to Ham Gate (more refreshments can be taken on if needed), then you will head up the Horse Trail route up towards a crossing on Queens Road across towards Ham Cross Plantation, turn right for about 50 metres until you reach the private road that cuts all the way through Richmond Park where you will see some fabulous panoramas, heading back towards the cafe at Lawn Plantation, and once back at the car park , we get back on the road that winds back up past the White House Lodge, have a look at the view on your left as you pass the White House, the Queens Ride.

Then down the private road towards the cross roads, take care crossing and up on the left side of the field back to the race HQ at Sheen Gate from refreshments and cheers for completing the event at 12 miles ! That is the lap one route now completed.

Lap Two
After the first lap of 12 miles ,commencing at Sheen Gate, the route follows the dotted purple line around the very edge of the park. We will come back round and start of the 3 laps. Note: At Ham gate we will run along the Tamsin trail up past the cafe and car park towards Richmond Gate. The rest is exactly as per map. The finish will be at Sheen Gate

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Contact Details

Please direct all queries to:

Gareth Davies
07967 729922 0208 651 5177 1m2go3@gmail.com

Ray Povinelli
07540 984707 0208 743 0507 1m2go3@gmail.com

Event Photos

Event Video

Click here to view a video of the course, put together by our partners at Film My Run:

http://filmmyrun.com/richmond-park-marathon/

Event Entry

Enter Via Runners World
Affiliated Price: £35 (+£4.90 entry fee)
Unaffiliated Price: £37 (+£5.18 entry fee)

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Enter Via Eventrac
Affiliated Price: £35 (+£1.75 entry fee)
Unaffiliated Price: £37 (+£1.85 entry fee)

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Course Map

Richmond Park Course Map

COURSE MAP PDF

Entrants

Past Results

To view the past results from Richmond Park Full Marathon click here.

Further Information

At present we do not offer refunds, however at the race directors discretion we may be able to hold the entry for a future event.
Please contact us for more information.
Our races are geared to getting people to have a fantastic, challenging and enjoyable running experience finished off with a brilliant medal and goody bag most big races would be proud of.
It is because we are both runners we aim to provide you with a special goody bag at all our races – these will have race spec tee shirts, mugs, pens and magazines – plus additional food and snacks at the end of all the races.