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White Horse Half Marathon

35th White Horse Half Marathon, Sunday 9th April 2017

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FINAL RESULTS FROM THE 2017 RACE

Thank you to Barry Cornelius for taking over 2000 photos of the race.  These are available here.  The photos are free for you to download. If you put a photo somewhere public please credit “Photo by Barry Cornelius”.

All enquiries (and corrections) should be made via email to: whitehorsehalfmarathon@gmail.com

The 2018 White Horse Half Marathon will provisionally be held on April 8th.  Entries will open in October and the race is typically full by the end of January.

 

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 race was chip timed and included the Oxfordshire County Half Marathon Championship. There were prizes for age categories and teams as well as spot prizes.

 

2017 Race Licence Number:  2017-26226
This race took place on Sunday 9th April 2017 in Grove, Oxfordshire, OX12 7LB. Further details are available in the programme for the 2017 race. Entries were handled through RunBritain. Here is the entry list for the 2017 race.

 

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

 

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We Acknowledge Support for this Race from Revolution Sports Injuries Clinic and the Revolution Running Shop.

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Race Venue

Half Marathon The Start

 

 

Riding for the Disabled

The 2017 race is supporting the local (Wantage) branch of the Riding for the Disabled.

RDA LogoWantage Group RDA has been established for over 40 years. The Group gives riding lessons to children from the Fitzwaryn school in Wantage at the Blewbury Riding Centre. Over the years they have gained some adult riders too, some of whom started as children! They also give lessons to one or two children from mainstream school.

Their riders have a mixture of problems – physical, learning, behavioural or any combination of those three things. Riding seems to help with all these difficulties and they receive some great feedback from Fitzwaryn School and the communities supporting the adult riders.

They have about 30 volunteers and do their own fundraising – it is a huge boost to have donations from other sources and will make a big difference to them.

If you wish to support this charity a sponsorship form can be downloaded for fundraising and single donations can be managed via their Virgin Money Giving website.

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 via the e-mail address nearer the top of this page.