KENILWORTH HALF MARATHON
11th SEPT, 2022 – Entries now Open

Our one lap Half M takes the journey from the Race Start on the High Street, through the Historical & Picturesque 12th Century Kenilworth Castle, out into the beautiful Warwickshire countryside and back, all on closed roads.

Sign up now at: http://www.kenilworthhalfmarathon.co.uk/

Youth Section

Kenilworth Runners has an enthusiastic and inclusive Youth Section, catering for boys and girls of all abilities, aged 12-17.

Training on Mondays 6:30-7:30pm and is based on a seasonal schedule:
Summer –  Abbey Fields, Kenilworth
Winter – ‘The Cow Patch’, Kenilworth Rugby Club

All sessions are subject to change, so Members should check the Section’s Facebook Page & / or Email for any alterations

Please email us before your first session so we can make sure we’re ready to welcome you and ask any questions you may have.

Email youth@kenilworthrunners.co.uk

You can join us as a Guest without any commitment for a month:

If you like what you see, Full Membership of the Club is available whenever you’re ready for that option.


A copy of Kenilworth Runner’s Policy on Child Protection can be found here:

Guest Runners

Please complete a Guest Runner Form which provides Insurance Cover under our arrangements with England Athletics


And let us know you are coming by clicking here

Runners of the Month – December 2021

Pamela Grimwade
Oliver Flippance

"Our final Runners of the Month for 2021 were both selected, in part, for their great dedication to their running and to Kenilworth Runners.

Pamela Grimwade ran the 50K Celtic Ultra, ably accompanied by Steve Chalkely, then Pam still found time to organise the Youth section Christmas Lights run and bake them all some goodies. She's an important part of the coaching team for the Youth section, as are all the coaches. Well done and 'thanks', Pam.

So what do you do when your transport arrangements let you down, meaning you're gonna miss the start of the race? Go home & sulk? It would have been easy for Oliver Flippance to do that, but instead, he arrived late at the Welcombe Hills XC having run all the way from Stratford Station, threw his bag and coat into a bush on arrival and chased the field, who he'd given a 5 minute start.

I'm sure Ollie had some fun blitzing through the field (he overtook me on lap 2), and ended up finishing overall 100th place. Great commitment to the cause!

Well done to you two, our final RoMs for 2021 :-)"