Isle of Wight Half Marathon

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For On-Line Entry: (coming soon)
Race Date: 21st August 2022 – Start Time 11:30am.
Closing Date: 15th August 2022
No Withdrawals or Transfers after the specified Closing Date.
No on the day entries
The race will be subject to any Covid-19 restrictions at the time.

Date for your dairy: Next race – (TBD) August 2023

Click to see current Half Marathon Race registrations

Last Updated 4th October 2021

Race Info:
Entry Fees: £16 Affiliated / £19 Unafflicted
Entry limit: 375
Minimum age: 17 years
Numbers and timing chips will be issued at Registration on Race Day.
If you are unable to run. Transfers, withdrawals and refunds are available via the entry portal.

Venue and Registration:
Ryde Rowing Club, eastern end of Ryde Esplanade beyond the eastern end of Ryde Boating Lake.
Grid Reference SZ 604925, Post Code PO33 1ND
The Rowing Club is 20 minutes walk along Ryde esplanade from the pier where the foot passenger ferries from Portsmouth land.
Changing and Shower facilities and secure bag storage available.

Safety Note:
For safety reasons the use of in-ear headphones is NOT permitted. In accordance with England athletics guidelines, bone conducting headphones are allowed

From the mainland, Ryde is served by both the Portsmouth/Ryde Wightlink Catamaran and the Southsea/Ryde Hovertravel Hovercraft, both run an hourly service. Please check timetables before travelling, telephone Wightlink on 0333 999 7333 or visit Wightlink website.
The Rowing Club is a 20 minute walk to the eastern end of Ryde Esplanade.
Concessionary rate travel on Ferries may be offered by Wightlink, details will be provided on entry.

Women Overall and 10 year vet categories. Teams of 3.
Men Overall and 10 year vet categories. Teams of 3.
Medals will be awarded to all finishers.

The course was slightly modified in 2017, the start is now located in Appley Park (Just above the finish) and consists of two laps, covering Ryde, Bullen Lane, Goddard’s Farm Lane, Attrill’s Lane (off tarmac gravel track), Nettlestone, back to Bullen Lane for the start of the next lap, Goddard’s Farm Lane through to Whitefield Woods (short bridleway section), Carpenters Road, St. Helens, back along gravel track to Goddard’s Farm Lane, Appley and back to Ryde.
Marker boards at each mile point.
The course is not suitable for wheelchairs.
Drinks stations are located at approximately 3 Mile intervals.

Course Map Link: Isle of Wight Half Marathon Route