Results for the Forest Marathon & 17 miles – 14.9.19
This run/walk started in the medieval market town of Henley in Arden, the route passed through the village of Ullenhall and then “Coughton Court” home of the Throckmorton family who were associated with the “gunpowder plot” of 1605. The shorter route then returned to Henley passing some of the remnants of the Ancient Forest of Arden in the form of “Bannams Wood” and “Clouse Wood”. The main course continued through the town of Alcester, and skirted Oversley Wood and several more thatched hamlets before arriving at Aston Cantlow. The route then rejoined the short route through newly planted trees. Included in the entry fee two native broadleaf trees will be planted in the “Heart of England Forest” per runner.
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Results for the Yabba Dabba Doo 10k – 14.9.19
Based at Chasewater reservoir, the course followed a 3.3 mile loop around The Ironman famous reservoir and was a mixed terrain of paths goings over narrow crossings and running alongside the Chasewater railway and reservoir. The Full Marathon completed 8 laps, the Half Marathon to completed 4 laps and the 10K to completed 2 laps.
Results for the Richmond Park Half Marathon – 15.9.19
This was a 4 lap race held in Richmond Park which has been managed as a royal deer park since the seventeenth century.
Results for the Worcester City Half Marathon – 15.9.19
This race began in front of the railway viaduct, the route turned onto Deansway and onto All Saints Road heading towards the Butts. Runners then ran towards the City Centre, the course then looped towards the river before passing the Museum of Royal Worcester and heading towards the cathedral at Mile 3. The course then followed the riverside path and the River Severn for the next mile. After passing the 4 Mile mark runners reached Worcestershire County Cricket Ground and then towards the University of Worcester’s St John’s Campus. At this point the route then moved into the Worcester Countryside after reaching the 9 mile mark, runners started making their way back towards the city centre, with the final mile along the River Severn.