Half Marathon Race in the New Forest

Thank you everyone who took part in the rescheduled 2018 race. Thanks for bearing with us following the postponement forced by the weather back in March. Despite the costs incurred by reorganising, we still managed to raise over £8500 after expenses which all goes to support Oakhaven Hospice.

We hope you enjoyed your run and look forward to seeing you all again when we return on 3rd March 2019.

2018 Results

Mens winner: James Espie, Run Academy Worthing, 1:16:11
Womens winner: Sophie Bubb, Lymington Triathlon Club, 1:27:57

Full final results in an Excel download: Half Marathon Results 2018

Photos

Photos available at: https://www.charleswhittonphotography.com/group26865.html

We are already planning next year’s race which will take place on Sunday 3rd March 2019, subject to licence confirmation from the Forestry Commission.

If you would like to help with the race organisation or would like to sponsor the event please contact melanie.stone@oakhavenhospice.co.uk. Melanie would also be delighted to hear from anyone who would like to help on the day as a volunteer marshal.

For more information about the Oakhaven Forest Half Marathon go to Race Information. or for details of the course go to Race Route.

Photos

Photos of the race will be available at Charles Whitton Photography

For more information about Oakhaven visit the hospice website at www.oakhavenhospice.co.uk

Marshalling support from Southampton University Air Squadron

suas-crestMany of the marshalls on the course are generously provided by volunteers from Southampton University Air Squadron (SUAS).

SUAS is a Royal Air Force (Volunteer Reserve) Squadron composed of University Students from across South Hampshire and Sussex, including Southampton, Portsmouth and Bournemouth. SUAS is volunteering this year to help organise and marshal the Oakhaven Forest Half Marathon.

SUAS are present to represent the Royal Air Force and support the Oakhaven Half Marathon, as part of their goal to aid the extraordinary work charities do across the UK.