The Milton Keynes Half Marathon and Festival of Running takes place on Sunday 6th March 2016 starting at our wonderful Xscape city-centre venue. We hope you will come and join us in what will be another fantastic Festival of Running.
If you’re running the Virgin London Marathon or one of the other big spring marathon races, we have the ideal races for you. The courses are mainly flat, fast and well marshaled to ensure you get any assistance you need.
This year we are introducing a brand new event – the MK20 miler. This race is aimed those runners who want a longer test and we hope will help those aiming to run one of the major spring marathons.
The races start on the central dual-carriageways of Milton Keynes then winds through some beautiful scenery. We hope you will gain plenty of inspiration along the way whatever your race-day goal – fun run, stepping stone to full marathon, personal best time or just to finish!
Milton Keynes is conveniently located just 30 minutes from London by train and just off Junction 14 of the M1, 40 minutes from the M25 and Birmingham. The Xscape centre is just 5 minutes from the motorway and has plenty of parking spaces available.
ALL events will be chip timed and every runner will receive a finisher’s medal.
|Start Time||10:45 first wave
10:55 second wave
|10:00 am||10:10 am||09:50|
online entry is subject to a handling fee
|£23 club runners
£25 non-club runners
|£8 – 16 & over
£5 – Under 16
|£14||£27 club runners
£29 non-club runners
5k – First men and first woman only
10k and half marathon: first 3 men and first 3 women across the finish line, fastest 3 men over 40, fastest 2 men over 50, fastest man over 60, fastest 2 women over 35, fastest woman over 45, fastest woman over 55.
20 mile – First three men and first three women across the line
9:50 am – MK 20 mile
10:00 am – MK 5k run
10:10 am – MK 10k run
10:45 am – MK Half Marathon
A copy of the course map can be found via the following link
Marshall Milton Keynes Athletic Club for their assistance in marshaling the event
Milton Keynes Council and the Thames Valley Police for their support.