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Caterham Rotary Half Marathon & 10k - Incorporating the 2021 British Masters Half Marathon Championships

Start line opens 8.30 am
Start line closes 9.30 am

Now firmly established on the Surrey Half Marathon calendar, this year sees the 7th running of the Caterham Rotary Half Marathon & 10K.

Organised on behalf of the Rotary Club of Caterham (Charity no: 254116), the race is hosted by Redhill Aerodrome, with the start and finish adjacent to the airstrip. Both races are true road races, with half marathon runners completing two loops of the course, and 10k runners covering a single loop. Previously the race has been selected on two occasions to host the British Masters Half Marathon Championships – testament to the standing of the race, which is enthusiastically marshalled by the Rotary Club.

The course is not traffic free, but it takes runners through the quiet residential and country lanes which surround the aerodrome. Whilst the route is undulating it still offers an opportunity for some fast times, it has a sub 70 minute course record - plus it's suitable for both first time and experienced runners.

Bespoke medals and finish line goodies are on offer for all finishers. In addition, there are prizes for the leading runners, including age group prizes and cash prizes for the top three men and ladies in the half marathon.

The beneficiaries for the 2021 race are the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance Trust, who have a helicopter based at the aerodrome. To view more information on the trust and information on how to raise money please visit their website here.

Souvenir technical t-shirts are available to purchase for £12.00.

The Caterham Half Marathon is also hosting British Masters Half Marathon Championship.  For more information about British Masters Athletics and entry to the Championship, visit their website http://bmaf.org.uk.  Entries from last year have been carried forward.

Any registered athlete over the age of 35 can enter the Half Marathon itself through British Masters but if they have already paid for their entry to the Half Marathon, they should still register with BMAF  in order to be eligible for the British Masters individual and team awards.  

 

  • On Site Parking
  • Toilets
  • Baggage Drop Off
  • Refreshments
  • Massage
The Course
The route follows a looped course around the quiet country lanes surrounding Redhill Aerodrome. The course is slightly undulating. The 10k runners will complete one lap of the course, whilst the half marathon runners will complete two laps, but all participants will start and finish the race at Redhill Aerodrome.


First Aid
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. Results should be available on our website www.nice-work.org.uk as soon as you cross the finish line. Provisional results will be published as soon as possible after the race has finished and final results will be published as soon as is practical on the day after the race.

Trophies and awards will be sent in the post after the event.


All entrants that have supplied a valid and legible email address will receive a copy of the results by email as soon as possible on the first working day after the race.
Race HQ: Redhill Aerodrome, Redhill, Surrey RH1 5YP

The event is accessible by car and there will be onsite parking available for those that wish to drive. Redhill Aerodrome is around 2.5 miles from Redhill station, so suitable for cyclists, but those arriving on foot may wish to use the local bus services to Spencer Way; please note that it is around a 1 Mile walk from Spencer Way to the race HQ.

Nutfield railway station is slightly closer to the aerodrome, but it is still just over a mile walk or cycle from the station to the race HQ.

 

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Course record holders

  • 2019 - James Connor, Havering AC - 1:09:57
  • 2015 - Georgie Bruinvels - 1:18:50

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