ARCHIVED RACE: Bath Half Marathon @ Great Pulteney Street, Bath, Sunday 7th March 2010

Race Info & Description

Race Information:

  • Event Name: Bath Half Marathon
  • Distance (KMs): 21.09
  • Distance (Miles): 13.1
  • Date: 07 March 2010
  • Start Time: 11am
  • Venue: Great Pulteney Street, Bath
  • Best Time (Men): 01:03:09 (Simon Tonui 2009)
  • Best Time (Women): 01:11:49 (Joyce Kandia 2009)
  • Organised By: Running High Events Ltd
  • Race Website: Click Here.

Race Facilities

  • Has Toilets? Yes
  • Has Changing Facilities? Yes
  • Has Water Stations? At the 2 miles mark: water, then; 4.5 miles: Lucozade Sport, 5 miles: Water, 8 miles: Water, 10 miles: Lucozade Sport, 10.5 miles: Water, 12.5 miles: Water & Lucozade Sports
  • Has Prizes / Awards? £15,000 cash only prize list covers open, GB only, masters, individual and athletic club team competitions.

Race Description

The Bath Half Marathon is one of the longest established and most popular city centre road events in the UK. It is also one of the largest charity fundraisers in the South West, raising over £1.2 million for charity last year alone.  The course itself is fast and flat making it suitable for all abilities – for beginners whose key objective is to complete the course, to more regular long-distance event runners, looking to beat their personal best time.  It covers a two lap 13.1 mile (21.1km) traffic free course straddling both sides of the River Avon. The race starts and finishes in Great Pulteney Street, in the heart of the World Heritage City of Bath

2 comments to ARCHIVED RACE: Bath Half Marathon @ Great Pulteney Street, Bath, Sunday 7th March 2010

  • Thanks Graeme – feel free to submit the Trowbridge race here: its totally free and won’t take any longer than making a cup of tea.

    Its often a pain getting to and from popular races, but good to hear it was well attended and the event went well.

  • Graeme Dunn

    Great event as usual, but what a shame that for spectators it was not so easy to get to. The train from Westbury was so full at Trowbridge that it could not pick anybody up at Bradford on Avon. And waiting at Bath to return the Paddington train was so full that many could not get on. Surely a few extra carriages would not have been a problem?

    Trowbridge are running their 10K on 11th April details on the website

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