Saturday 23rd - Monday 25th May 2019 - Mid Sussex Marathon Weekend Please note due to the change in bank holidays the 2020 event will take place over the late may bank holiday
You can run them individually - or take part in all three. If you take part in all three and run 26.2 miles you will receive a specially designed Commemorative Mid Sussex Marathon Weekend Medal.
Each race also features the Mid Sussex Mile - a 1 mile race for both junior runners and adults. It's ideally suited to those new to running.
All three races are held under UKA Rules.
Medals to all finishers plus finish line goodies - and there will be other events, attractions and entertainment throughout the weekend at all three races.
Baggage Drop Off
The Course The race uses an undulating trail and pathway course in and around Haywards Heath, using mainly traffic free routes. Would suit runners of all standards including those new to 10 mile races. Times in this race count towards overall series prizes for those completing all 26.2 miles over the three races.
St John Ambulance or an alternative medical provider will be in attendance on the day and the course will be marshalled to provide assistance. There will also be a sweep marshal following the race to ensure that nobody is left behind and that all runners are accounted for.
Your individual time and position will be recorded by your electronic chip. We will endeavour to display results as they come into the race centre. Presentations will take place approximately 45 minutes after the first finisher.
Results will be uploaded to www.nice-work.org.uk as soon as possible after the race. All entrants that have supplied a valid and legible email address will receive a copy of the results as soon as possible after the race.
Race Start: Victoria Park, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16 4LU
The race starts and finishes at Victoria Park in Haywards Heath and there is parking available in the town. Please take note of any parking restrictions or charges that may be required.
The nearest railway station is Haywards Heath, which is around half a mile away from Victoria Park.