KENILWORTH HALF MARATHON
SUNDAY 10th SEPTEMBER, 2023

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.

ENTRIES NOW OPEN: http://www.kenilworthhalfmarathon.co.uk/

The Club Week

For all group runs, you will be able to join a group of similar ability to yourself, so you are able to get the best from your training runs

Members are free to attend as many or few of these sessions as they choose – there is no expectation that you have to come to them all!

The club offers the following sessions during a typical club week:

MONDAY – 6:30pm – Youth’s Coaching/Training
Location: Abbey Fields, Kenilworth
[‘The Cow Patch’, Kenilworth Rugby Club in the Winter]

TUESDAY – 7pm – Club Run Night
Location: Kenilworth Rugby Club, The Jack Davies Memorial Ground, Glasshouse Ln, Kenilworth, CV8 2AJ

Options of Runs with Average Distance 6-8 miles, with opportunities to shorten or lengthen as required

Runners depart at 7pm. Runners split into groups based on speed. Led by Running Leaders. 

Summer – various off road footpath options. 

Winter – runs on well lit roads around Kenilworth

TUESDAY – 7pm – Improvers Group
Location: Kenilworth Rugby Club, The Jack Davies Memorial Ground, Glasshouse Ln, Kenilworth, CV8 2AJ

The Kenilworth Runners Improvers group is for Members who can already competently run a 5K, and are looking to improve their running competency and range. Targeted at likeminded Members to run with, or perhaps looking to complete their first 10k race.

Each run will be supported by a dedicated Run Leader, and will follow varied Winter and Summer Routes, so you will never get bored of doing the same thing!

Joining the Improvers Group should also provide the confidence to come and try your hand at our fun and low key Intra-Club League Races.

WEDNESDAY 9:30am – Wednesday Morning Run Group
“Arthur’s Allsorts”

Location: War Memorial at Abbey Fields

Approx. 6 mile run across footpaths in the summer and town footpaths in the winter.

WEDNESDAY 7-8pm – Coached Track Session
Location: Edmonscote Track, Leamington, CV32 6AD

See Members Facebook Page for Session details.

THURSDAY – 7pm – Club Run Night
Location: Kenilworth Rugby Club, The Jack Davies Memorial Ground, Glasshouse Ln, Kenilworth, CV8 2AJ

As per Tuesday Club Run Night, or with the additional option of coached Hill Training at Abbey Fields

We also stage a series of club handicap races on a Thursday once a month, followed by food at a local venue

SATURDAY – Various, including parkrun
Location: parkrun, Coventry, Leamington, Stratford-upon-Avon & Warwick Racecourse and Worldwide!

SUNDAY 8:30am – Longer Training Runs
Location: Castle Farm Recreation Centre, Fishponds Rd, Kenilworth, CV8 1EY

Runs of 10-13.1 miles or 75 minutes plus depending on individual training requirements

During Marathon season, longer runs will extend considerably and you will find other runners going through the same or similar training plans.

Guest Runners

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


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Runners of the Month – July 2022

Mary Scott
Andy Snow
Andrew Siggers

"Our Ladies Runner of the Month for August is Mary Scott who won the 100K Stour Valley Path race on pretty much the hottest day of the year.

Mary is running KHM on Sunday so be sure to cheer her on!

Over in the boy corner of RoM land, we find the one and only Andy Snow who took on the epic 215-mile (347km) Race Across Scotland, finishing in 16th place with a time of 92:03:54....to help your maths, that's the best part of 4 days on the move.

I think that's a trophy Andy is holding or maybe a haggis. Apologies to our Scottish viewers. Well done that man.

And a final RoM post for August is a very honourable mention for Andrew James Siggers who won the Lakeland 50 mile race, but we missed it as Andy is far too modest to publicise it and it was actually in July!

Anyway, Andy took on the prestigious Montane Lakeland 50, completing in a rapid time of 7:56:25, climbing nearly 10,000ft and eclipsing a field of 1327 Runners. Not bad for an ageing road runner from Warwickshire!

Another one racing KHM on Sunday, so give him a cheer - he'll be near the front"