Needles Half Marathon
Race permit number is: 2514
Our Needles Half Marathon is one of the toughest and most scenic half marathons in the country. The 13.1 mile route will take you over downs and heathland, past historic monuments and of course you’ll glimpse the most iconic landmark on the Isle of Wight – The Needles. But don’t take our word for it. Here’s what some of our previous runners had to say about it….
Needles half marathon is one of the toughest runs I have done… but it is always first to go on my calendar for the next season. It is small and friendly, combined with some stunning views and a cracking medal. I can’t recommend this one highly enough if you are thinking about it! – Elliot
Absolutely epic and stunning race, one of the best I’ve done! Brilliant facilities, excellent marshalls and fantastic support all the way round! – Nasseem
Fantastic route marshals were brilliant, as were all the other runners – loved coming ‘home’ to run such a great, well organised race – definitely be back next year! – Jane
Date: Sunday 2 June 2019
Registration Time: tbc
Race Time: 11:00
Regular Online Cost: £24 (closes 31 May 2019)
On The Day Cost: No on the day entries
Discount: £2 off above entry prices for UKA Affiliated members
Venue: The event will start and finish at the West Wight Sports & Community Centre
Minimum age: 17yrs
Facilities: Showers, changing rooms, secure room, toilets and cafe.
Prizes: Trophies, medals, age group and spot prizes
Race Route: Click Here. Please note route may be subject to change and will be confirmed on the day.
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Male / Female Results – Click here
Age Group Results – Click here
Overall Results – Click here
Official Photographer Gallery – Click here
This spectacular race is sponsored by Love Running – The Isle of Wight’s only shop dedicated to running. Love Running is an independent, unique, specialist running shop owned by Husband and wife duo, Simon and Jo. With Simon’s diploma in Sports Physiology and Jo’s previous shoe and retail experience and them both running for over a decade, they can be sure to offer you fantastic advice around the best shoes to wear, gait analysis and various hints, tips and information as well as huge enthusiasm and support.
For more information about Love Running please check out their website here