Race Report 2nd July

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Birmingham Black Country Half Marathon – Saturday 1st July 13.1 miles ish (slightly over 13.3)


The Birmingham Black Country Half Marathon is a unique point to point race along canal towpaths starting in Wolverhampton City Centre and finishing in Brindley Place in Birmingham.


Nick Barlow 1:49:25

Simon Jarman 1:50:54

Steve Broadrick 2:05:10



As one of the most vibrant and multicultural boroughs in England, Newham is well worth a visit. A trip to east London is even more essential since it took centre-stage as the host of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Newham is home to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park where there is a wealth of sporting activities on offer to visitors. Take a dip in the ‘pool of champions’ at the London Aquatics Centre, or show off your pedal-power in Lee Valley VeloPark.

The Simplyhealth Great Newham London Run will finish inside the most recognisable venue in the Park – the Stadium.

Chris Robey finished with a great time of 44:14

Compton Verney Half Marathon – Sunday 2nd July 

The half marathon sets off from the front of the house and winds through the villages of Kineton, Little Kineton and Radway before returning up the “cheeky” Pittern Hill at 11.5 miles and back to finish on the lawns of Compton Verney by the lake

Neil Waugh 2:14:33

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