Chester Half Marathon Enter Now for 2016
2016 Race now open - click on the Enter Now box above to join us on 15th May 2016.
Congratulations to everyone who ran in the 2015 Chester Half Marathon! Records were broken with our biggest ever field of runners, fastest winner in the history of the race and fastest UK Half Marathon so far this year, with Vincent Boit crossing the line in 1:02:21.
Over five and a half thousand people crossed the finish line and you were all fantastic! Check out your race photos on marathon-photos.com, and click the link on the right to see the final results.
After 33 years the Chester Half is one of the UK’s longest established and highly regarded half marathons, starting and finishing in the historic Roman/Medieval international destination city of Chester. Enter early as the race sells out every year.
As runners ourselves we are passionate about delivering what for us would be the perfect race; a premier quality, competitively priced race which caters for the needs of runners of all abilities and speeds, combined with friendliness and personal touches which are unique to us.
The fast and largely flat city and rural race route will be run entirely on closed roads.
With our web site packed with all the information you need about the race, our free monthly paced training runs, seminars, team of race day pace runners and 600 dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers, we are here for you to help you achieve your goals and enjoy the race day experience.
We are looking forward to the 35th Chester Half Marathon on 15th May 2016 and hope that you choose to run with us.
Race day will also include the 1 mile Fun Run.
Please read on through the web site for more information and to enter the race. If you have any questions that are not covered by the web site or our FAQ’s please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Chris & Andy
Andy & Chris
As with all such events, our events would not be possible without the help of a huge team of volunteers.Find out more.
Vincent Boit in 2015
Amanda Crook in 2013
|2nd||Mohammed Abu Rezeq (Altrincham & District AC)||1:06:38|
|2nd||Hannah Oldroyd (UKnetrunner.co.UK)||1:20:23|
|3rd||Rachel Cave (Higham Harriers AC)||1:20:35|