Windsor Half Marathon

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Windsor Half Marathon
Date September
Location Windsor, Berkshire, United Kingdom
Event type Road
Distance Half Marathon
Established 1982

The Windsor Half Marathon is a race that takes place every September at Windsor Great Park, and is run over a distance of 21.0975 kilometres (13.1094 mi).


Course

First Stage

  • Double Gates (start)
  • Copper Horse (1 Mile)
  • Royal Lodge / First Aid / Drinks Station (2 Miles)
  • Royal School (3 Miles)
  • First Aid / Drinks Station (4.5 Miles)
  • Copper Horse (5 Miles)
  • Bishops Gate (6 Miles)

Second Stage

  • Cumberland Gate (7 Miles)
  • First Aid / Drinks Station (9 Miles)
  • Sandpit Gate (10.5 Miles)
  • First Aid / Drinks Station (11 Miles)
  • Copper Horse (12 Miles)
  • Double Gates (Finish / 21.0975 kilometres (13.1094 mi))

Recent Winners

Table of recent winners.[1]

Date Edition Time (h:m:s) Men's winner Time (h:m:s) Women's winner
29 Sep 2018 37th 1:07:47 Daniel Studley 1:16:52 Charlotte Taylor-Green
30 Sep 2018 36th 1:07:53 Daniel Jarvis 1:17:11 Louise Small
24 Sep 2017 35th 1:09:49 Daniel Jarvis 1:20:22 Georgie Bruinvels
25 Sep 2016 34th 1:07:06 Kojo Kyereme[2] 1:17:49 Lily Partridge[3]
27 Sep 2015 33rd 1:07:50 Kojo Kyereme[4] 1:22:27 Samantha Amend [5]
28 Sep 2014 32nd 1:08:45 Paul Martelletti 1:22:00 Samantha Amend
29 Sep 2013 31st 1:09:37 Kojo Kyereme 1:19:33 Lesley Locks
07 Oct 2012 30th 1:13:29 Alexander Miller 1:19:50 Holly Rush
25 Sep 2011 29th 1:10:05 Tomas Abyu 1:17:38 Lucy MacAlister
26 Sep 2010 28th 1:08:14 Scott Overall 1:17:51 Holly Rush
27 Sep 2009 27th 1:06:10 Scott Overall 1:18:05 Susie Bush
28 Sep 2008 26th 1:09:33 Kassa Tadesse 1:16:16 Lucy MacAlister
30 Sep 2007 Cancelled due to Foot-and-mouth disease [6]
24 Sep 2006 25th 1:06:27 Tomas Abyu 1:15:10 Birhan Dagne
25 Sep 2005 24th 1:06:52 Joseph Kibor 1:16:06 Joyce Kandie
26 Sep 2004 23rd 1:04:06.5 Ernest Kimeli 1:18:16.7 Lucy MacAlister
28 Sep 2003 22nd 1:02:43 Simon Kasimili 1:30:28 Pippa Knight
29 Sep 2002 21st 1:04:12 Julius Kimtai 1:14:06 Emily Samoei
30 Sep 2001 20th 1:07:50 Peter Edukan 1:18:37 Miriam Wangari
01 Oct 2000 19th 1:07:34 Hilary Lelei 1:20:25 Emily Chepkosgei
03 Oct 1999 18th 1:09:03 Vincent Garner 1:21:14 Lesley Whiley
04 Oct 1998 17th 1:08:48 Gary Bishop 1:21:11 Helen Cawthorne
05 Oct 1997 16th 1:09:23 Martin Kearns 1:21:35 Clare Pauzers

References

  1. ^ "Windsor". Association of Road Racing Statisticians. Retrieved 7 September 2015.
  2. ^ Kojo Kyereme at Power of 10
  3. ^ "Results 2016: Windsor Half-Marathon". Ahotu. 27 September 2016. Retrieved 22 April 2018.
  4. ^ Kojo Kyereme at Power of 10
  5. ^ Samantha Amend at Power of 10
  6. ^ "Foot-and-mouth closes royal park". BBC News. BBC. 13 September 2007. Retrieved 30 September 2015.

External links

  • Official website


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