Richmond Half Marathon @ Richmond RUNFEST event image

Richmond Half Marathon @ Richmond RUNFEST

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Richmond Half Marathon @ Richmond RUNFEST

5.0 · 1 review

Richmond, Greater London

Richmond TW9 3AB, UK

Sun 15th September 2024

Starting at 09:15

1 race

£42.50

Organiser's Description

Be part of London’s most exclusive event!

The Richmond Half Marathon is part of a weekend which also includes the Richmond RUNFEST Marathon, and the Kew Gardens 10k. The Half and Full Marathon start within the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and finish in the Old Deer Park in Richmond.

Tour the gardens before passing historical assets including Ham House, Richmond Palace, Teddington Lock, and the meandering River Thames, finishing at a fantastic finish festival and fitness expo with live music in Old Deer Park.

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    £42.50

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  • Half Marathon Entry

    £42.50

    Early Bird Price

    UK Athletics (UKA) save £2.00

    Booking for more than 1?

Course Details

Multi-terrain, professionally measured and certified, flat course
All on road and path inside Kew Gardens before running along the Thames Towpath. Please expect to run on flat path, road, gravel and grass during the 13.1 miles. The course is flat as a pancake.

What's Included

After you finish your run you will receive a fabulous technical t-shirt (male & female cut) and one of our famous triangular shaped medals.
Your Richmond RUN-FEST entry also includes two FREE adult and 2 children’s tickets into Kew Gardens in the morning of the race. Xempo pace makers to help you achieve your race target

  • Amazing bottle opener Medal
  • Great Tech Tee (Women's Cut Also)
  • Music After-Party with Basement Jaxx headlining (Free for the family)
  • Free entry into Kew Gardens in the morning for upto 4 supporters*
  • Fast Flat Course
  • South West London’s biggest running event
  • Run Britain certified course
  • Chip timed
  • Course entertainment
  • Great goody bag
  • Baggage transported from Kew to the finish line
  • Posted race pack
  • Xempo pace makers to help you achieve your race target

How to Get There

Great public transport via Kew Gardens Tube Station, Kew Bridge Station or Richmond Station (and a bus)

Please take weekend public transport timetables and delays into consideration. There are facilities in Kew Gardens serving hot drinks and food so come early and enjoy the surroundings before your run.

Parking

Official parking available but does sell out. Please see www.run-fest.com for more details.

Location

Entry via Kew Green

The Start: Richmond Half starts inside Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

The Finish: Richmond Half finishes at Old Deer Park in the heart of Richmond in an all-day family music festival

FAQs

  • minimum age

    17yrs own race day

race timings

We strongly advise all runners, regardless of which race you are competing in, to arrive more than 1 hour before your race. Friends and family who arrive late (after 08:30am) will have to pay a normal Kew Gardens ticket (visit Kew Gardens website for prices).

water stations

We have water stations at 3 miles (water), 7.5 miles (water & Maurten drink), 9.7 miles (Water), 11.6 miles (water) and at the finish line.

race packs

Race Packs will be sent out in the post 1 week before the event. If you have not received it by the Tuesday before the event, please contact us.

If you are traveling to the race from outside the UK you are an International runner and will collect your race pack from the International Packet Pickup. Full details on this will be sent via email closer to the race.

spectator admission

Runners are permitted to bring friends/family into Kew Gardens (via Elizabeth Gate, Kew Green) to watch them start BEFORE 9:15am! There is NO ADMISSION into Kew Gardens after this time. Spectators do not have to be with their runner to gain access but must arrive on time and can only gain access Elizabeth Gate (postcode TW9 3AE).

Please note Dogs are NOT ALLOWED inside Kew Gardens but are welcome at the finish line in Old Deer Park.

After this time, we suggest spectators head to Old Deer Park (TW9 2SF) to welcome you through the finish-line. Dogs are welcome at the finish line.

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David

·6 months ago

Great flat course with an amazing medal and tee shirt design. Loved the band and free beer after.

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