Fancy taking up running ?

Had one mince pie too many and thought of taking up running to get back in shape?

Here are our 3 recommended guides to help you get Going:

This resourceful article from Runners World UK will certainly help you get moving . What’s more, once you’re hooked the useful 10K training plans will leave you run ready in time for the Mid Sussex Marathon Weekend.

For total beginners looking to improve health & fitness, the NHS website provides some really helpful information, including the couch to 5K training plan. Helping you to start out safely and ensuring you will be up to speed in no time!

If you prefer to run with others and get involved in local events, pop along to your local Parkrun. Amazingly Parkrun UK events are free! Moreover they are a great way to meet others and feel part of the local community. Before your first run you will need to register on their website here. 

Don’t forget the Mid Sussex Marathon Weekend gives you the choice of running a Mile Race, Fun Fun, 10 Miles 10K or a Marathon distance. Why not enter and make this your 2019 goal?

MSMW Volunteers

We can’t praise our willing volunteers enough, they really are the lifeblood of the Mid Sussex Marathon Weekend.  From staffing venues to directing runners and providing motivation & support they certainly make this event happen!

Volunteer Barbara Lank said: “Volunteering is a wonderful hobby that can give you a new lease of life. You are rewarded with thanks, smiles, a feel good factor, a healthy and improved mind set.”

Fancy becoming one of our amazing volunteers? Find out more here

 

Whats New For 2018 #4

The Mid Sussex Marathon Weekend is now all set to include 9 events and we are excited to announce the popular Haywards Heath 10 Mile will follow a new route.

The 2 lap format will continue to start on South Road but a new section of the route has been designed to take runners through Beech Hurst Gardens and Bolnore Village to avoid the busy Traunstein Way, providing a safer route for participants and volunteer marshals.

IMG_2378The East Grinstead 10 Mile and Burgess Hill 10K routes will remain the same.