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Kingston Spring Raceday

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Kingston Spring Raceday

Kingston Market Place, KT1 1JP

Kingston upon Thames KT1 1JP, UK

Sun 19th March 2023

Starting at 08:00

3 races

£29.40 - £39.40

Organiser's Description

Following the iconic “breakfast run format,” the Kingston Spring raceday returns on Sunday 19th March 2023 offering distances of 8 miles / 16 miles / 20 miles. The traditional Kingston 8 mile loop is a single lap with the 16 mile runners completing a second circuit, and the twenty milers following two laps plus an additional four miles in North Kingston.

The start and finish are both within the famous historic ancient marketplace providing an exciting start and an atmospheric finish, with plenty of stalls offering a variety of foods, and many local restaurants and pubs for those looking for more leisurely post race relaxation. Organised by Quicksilver Running, you can be sure of a professional setup with plenty of friendly and experienced marshals to guide you safely around the course.

 

Races

  • Kingston Spring Raceday - 16 Mile

    Sun 19th March 2023

    £36.40

    UK Athletics (UKA) save £2.00

    CLOSED
  • Kingston Spring Raceday - 20 Mile

    Sun 19th March 2023

    £39.40

    UK Athletics (UKA) save £2.00

    CLOSED
  • Kingston Spring Raceday - 8 Mile

    Sun 19th March 2023

    £29.40

    UK Athletics (UKA) save £2.00

    CLOSED

Book

  • Kingston Spring Raceday - 16 Mile

    Sun 19th March 2023

    £36.40

    UK Athletics (UKA) save £2.00

    CLOSED
  • Kingston Spring Raceday - 20 Mile

    Sun 19th March 2023

    £39.40

    UK Athletics (UKA) save £2.00

    CLOSED
  • Kingston Spring Raceday - 8 Mile

    Sun 19th March 2023

    £29.40

    UK Athletics (UKA) save £2.00

    CLOSED

Course Details

Following the famous “Kingston Loop”, runners cross over Kingston Bridge and head up the iconic three mile stretch of the Barge Walk beside the Thames. The race then reaches the magnificent Hampton Court Palace before continuing through Thames Ditton and back towards Kingston Market Place. The longer distances repeat the loop.

What's Included

Fast course with PB potential

Bespoke finishers medal

Stunning location

Location

Kingston Market Place,
Kingston
Surrey

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