This year's edition has been cancelled
Join Maidenhead Half Marathon
A great opportunity to run on closed roads on a fast, flat course! Voted 3rd in the 'PB POTENTIAL' category in Runners World Races of the Year 2013 Awards. Suitable for beginners, PB-Hunters and competitive athletes alike.
The Maidenhead Half Marathon is an established favourite in the local race calendar: it is known for its enthusiastic spectator support, impeccable organisation, and most of all its undisputed PB-potential. Held on closed roads around urban Maidenhead and scenic Cookham, this is a fast race on a flat course, and will delight everyone whether you want to improve your race time or embark on your very first half marathon.
Frequent pre-race communications and a friendly and welcoming crew on the day will ensure that you know all you need to about the event and are set to enjoy your run, whatever your goal.
This half marathon is also part of the NewRunningGear.com Half Marathon Series.
A fast, flat half marathon on closed roads, starting and finishing in Maidenhead town centre, taking a scenic route through the surrounding areas.
directions_runStart Address: 9 St Mary's House, Maidenhead SL6 1QS, UK
flagFinish Address: 18 Park St, Maidenhead SL6, UK
You must be at least 17 years of age on event day.
You will pass water stations 4 times during the race and there will be water at the finish.
All finishers receive a bespoke commemorative medal, and there are age-group prizes as well as prizes for the first local (SL6 postcode) male and female.
There will be a baggage drop near to the start.
There is no official cut-off time, however marshals will be stood down after 3 hours and road closures may be lifted. If you are still running after 3 hours, please follow signage carefully and run on the pavements.
Provided Photo Service
Photos will be published on the 'RDetails' tab on the event website as soon as possible after the event.
Chip timing is used to ensure accurate results and to provide print-outs of your times as soon as you finish the race.
The race information has been found on the official website of the event or through publicly available sources. Always refer to the official website the latest race information. Please let us know if any data is wrong or missing, by emailing us.