2022 White Horse Half Marathon.
Sunday 10th April
Final Results for the 2022 White Horse Half Marathon are AVAILABLE HERE.
Photographs of the race are available on Barry Cornelius’ web site. Our thanks to him for making these available. If you make use of any of these please credit Barry as noted on his pages.
The Race Programe linked here contains details of the course and parking arrangements.
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 is chip timed. The format and course of the race has been unchanged in recent years – and is will remain much the same for 2022. The White Horse Half Marathon was voted one of the top 10 races for PB potential on the Runners World website.
The race did not take place in 2020 or 2021 owing to the Coronavirus pandemic although White Horse Harriers did stage a trail event over a similar distance (the Uffington White Horse Gallop) in July 2021.
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We would like to thank the following for supporting the 2022 White Horse Half Marathon.
Revolution Sports Injuries Clinic is based in Wantage and specialises in sports therapy, physiotherapy and sports massage.
Zest Podiatry & Physio: Foot and Ankle experts with a purpose built clinic in Oxford.
Key Event Information
The race starts and finishes at Grove, near Wantage, Oxfordshire, UK. Full details of the the location of the race HQ, parking etc. will be sent to entrants nearer race day.
Map of the Course
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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 are gratefully accepted.
We (White Horse Harriers Athletics Club) reserve the right to cancel, delay, modify or postpone the White Horse Half Marathon due to circumstances outside our reasonable control. These circumstances include, but are not limited to, adverse weather, health and safety risks, withdrawal of the race permit or instructions or guidance from the emergency services, central or local government. In such circumstances we reserve the right to retain all or part of registration fees. We would endeavour to inform entrants as quickly as possible of any such changes.