The flat coastal roads of Worthing are a runners' delight, offering seafront views, genuine PB potential and a fantastic finish in sight of Worthing Pier. Offering three distances, catering for all ages and abilities, all of which start and finish on the seafront.
Benefit from professional race organisation, with the Half Marathon and 10K courses measured to IAAF standards and fully licensed by RunBritain. Enjoy a superb atmosphere, and be sure to reward yourself with fish and chips on the beach, once you've claimed your finishers' medal and t-shirt.
The flat coastal routes offer genuine PB potential.
All routes start and finish on the seafront, alongside the scenic Worthing Pier.
A family mile race ensures everyone has the chance to get involved.
A bespoke medal, along with male and female cut technical t-shirt await at the finish line.
Worthing is consistently voted one of the happiest places to live in the country, and one of the sunniest towns in the UK. The coastal routes offer pancake-flat running, with the benefit of a cooling breeze and the promise of a dip in the sea after you cross the finish line.
A short drive from Brighton, and easily accessible by road from London, Portsmouth and surrounding areas, it's well connected to the road network by the A27 and A24.
Trains run regularly to Worthing, the station being situated in the town centre.
All town centre car parks remain open however access to Grafton car park will be limited from the West at Marine Parade. Recommended car parks include; High Street Multi Story car park, Montague Quarter Car Park, Beach House West Car Park.
Lovely venue! Really is pancake flat, good course for a PB! Steve
I was attracted to this race through its claim of being one of the flattest Half Marathons in the U.K. It’s a claim well justified and I achieved a PB, beating my previous time by 3 minutes! Luke
A great, flat, well organised half marathon. I really enjoyed the route that looped around the town and then finished along the sea front. Sarah
2019 was the third consecutive year I've run this race. The course is flat and therefore potentially fast. The event always seems well organised, and the slight modifications to the route were an improvement. David
The Worthing Half Marathon is flat, well organised with a great quality medal and lots of freebies and a t shirt. The event village at the finish was vibrant and full of atmosphere. An event that I would definitely do again.