This scenic tour of Richmond follows a multi-terrain, pancake-flat course exploring the beauties and history of Richmond. Join Team Target and receive a running top, training plan and free place in London 10,000!
The Richmond RUNFEST aims to show off the beautiful Borough of Richmond Upon Thames, with its essential character, significance, history and gifts of nature.
Richmond's Royal Parks are training grounds to the world's greatest athletes, including Olympic champion, Sir Mo Farah.
The Richmond RUNFEST Marathon features an unforgettable course starting in the beautiful Kew Gardens, taking you alongside Palm House before passing historical assets including Ham House, Richmond Green, Teddington Lock and the meandering River Thames.
Enjoy a spectacular weekend of running events for all ages and abilities. If a marathon is too much of a stretch, why not try...
Taking place in Old Deer Park (14-15 Sep), the Richmond Fitness Expo and Music Festival will allow you to try the latest sporting technology, receive health & nutrition advice, watch live music and more!
Visit the Princess of Wales Conservatory, take a treetop walkway in Kew Gardens or head over to the Museum of Richmond to brush up on the local history.
"Great event, fantastic organiser crew, beautiful view, very nice & cosy route. Loved it every minute. Route is quite flat but uneven so not sure if it's for a personal best but definitely perfect for getting out of your head and lean in!" - Gabriella Fekete
"Great flat route with loads of water stations. Love the festival at the finish line as well. Enjoyed it so much, I've entered for next year already." - Andy Gallagher
Join a charity team for the Richmond Marathon and get your spot on the start line guaranteed, in return for fundraising. The best way of securing your entry is with a charity place.
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