The Mid Sussex Marathon is back and this year we are really excited to announce a brand new addition to the popular Mid Sussex Marathon Weekend 2020!
The weekend returns with the addition of a Half Marathon option and will be even bigger and better than 2019, when over 1600 runners took part in the three day event.
Mid Sussex Half marathon 2020
The new Mid Sussex Half Marathon event will include a 5 Mile race in East Grinstead, 5 mile race in Haywards Heath and a 5K race in Burgess Hill. Just like the full marathon, you can run one, two or run all three races to cover the distance of a half marathon.
Mid Sussex Marathon 2020
Of course the weekend still includes our headline event, The Mid Sussex Marathon, offering 3 races – two 10 mile races in both East Grinstead and Haywards Heath, and the 10 kilometre in Burgess Hill. All three combine to cover a total of 26.2 miles – the distance of a marathon. Runners are are able to enter each race individually or complete all three.
Main Races start at 10.30am each day, however come along early to join in the warm up with Miles, Pooch and the Places leisure Personal Trainers.
Individual race medals are offered plus a special medal for the running them all!
An ideal event for people of all ages and abilities to take part in. There is no pressure and participants can just run for fun!
Family, friends and colleagues can join together to get active, raise money for charity or just simply enjoy being part of an inspiring, motivating and rewarding event and you’ll even receive a medal for finishing. The Fun Runs will be held an hour before each of the main races.
The Mid Sussex Miles are a great opportunity for juniors and beginner adults to time themselves over a Mile distance. All entrants will receive a timing chip and a finishers medal, we also give prizes to each of the first 3 boys and girls home. The Mid Sussex Miles will be held half an hour before each of the main races.
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“The sense of camaraderie amongst the runners who do all three is really great ”Nicola Morris from the Tunbridge Wells Harriers’