Welcome to White Horse Harriers

White Horse Half Marathon

Half Marathon The StartThe next White Horse Half Marathon will be on Sunday 9th April 2017

Registrations are planned to open 1st October 2016

The race is run on a level and attractive rural course through the country villages of the Vale of the White Horse. Starting from Grove the course follows quiet country lanes through the villages of Denchworth, Lyford and Charney Bassett.

The White Horse Half Marathon has been voted one of the top 10 races for PB potential on the Runners World website.

 

Photographs

Thank you to Barry Cornelius for taking photos.  They can be found here.
The photos are free to download.  If you put a photo somewhere public, please include the credit “Photo by Barry Cornelius”.

34th White Horse Half MarathonThe Leaders

This year’s race was on 3rd April 2016.  Please find results here 2016 Results.

Flexicare

This year the race is supporting Flexicare.  Flexicare is a small charity set up 30 years ago to provide a babysitting service for families whose children have challenging or complex care needs as a result of severe physical or mental disability to have access to the sort of babysitting service that other families have access to.
www.flexicare.org
We would encourage you to support this charity:
Flexicare Sponsor Form

Volunteers

We are always looking for lots of volunteers to help with marshalling and other duties at this race. No experience necessary. All offers of help will be gratefully accepted!  Please contact the Race Director.
All enquiries should be made via email to: whitehorsehalfmarathon@gmail.com

Race History

Click here for the full history of the race.

Race results archive, 1983 to 2014

Race Venue

click here for Streetmap.

 

Map of the Course

click here for Gmaps Pedometer

 

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Please note we are having problems with our email account (halfm@whitehorseharriers.org) so please send your emails to whitehorsehalfmarathon@gmail.com

 

Sports massage

…has been provided by registered professional Joanna Connolly of Body Matters and Dr. Daniel Ruby of Espina Sports Clinic.