The Quicksilver Hampton Court Half Marathon

Thames Ditton, Surrey

Organiser's Description

The Quicksilver Hampton Court Half Marathon is the original race in the area. It is a visually stunning race, with many sights to enjoy en route.

The race starts and finishes on Giggs Hill Green in Thames Ditton. It follows a route over pavement, cycle track and riverside path incorporating the historic Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames Marketplace, the iconic three mile stretch of the Barge Walk and the magnificent Hampton Court. And King Henry VIII will be there to cheer everyone on.

Distances

13.1 miles

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REVIEWS

Cracking event

This was my first race and in my home town. To someone who has no prior experience of these events, I was really pleased with the organisation. The Marshalls were great, the organisation was well thought through and I felt very aware of how things worked in advance. The course was very flat with gorgeous views over the river. They even brought the sun out and I managed to knock 6 minutes off my PB!

Sam Jones / Feb 18, 2019

A well planned route

Lots of Marshalls and encouragement from locals, a good amount of stash and a nice medal, Henry the 8th and his courtiers dressed up to greet you as you ran past the palace. A great flat route too. Highlight was the number of people helping afterwards - cutting race tags off shoes was a real bonus! Will 100% do again

Oli Hammans / Feb 18, 2019

Perfect route and weather conditions....

Highly recommend this half marathon for the flat running and enthusiastic marshalls. Well organised and scenic views, just not sure it’s a ‘Hampton Court’ related run, only saw that location for a few hundred yards! Park & Ride recommended and the brightest technical short I’ve ever seen!

Rob Sutton / Feb 18, 2019