Race Results 2013
The results for the 2013 Clarendon Marathon, Half Marathon and Relay Marathon were:
First Male: Nathan Montague
Second Male: David Ross
Third Male: Mark Stileman
First Female: Alana Livesey
Second Female: Katie Cole
Third Female: Jules Sutton
First Male: Graham Robinson
Second Male: Ben Cole
Third Male: Harry Spendlove
First Female: Samantha Aplin
Second Female: Jenny Robinson
Third Female: Samantha Parkinson
First mixed team: Totton Running Club, Graham Bungay, Claire Dyer, James Dean, Nick Buis
First Hash team: R2D2, Ruth Horner, Bob Harmer, Mark Horner, Charlotte Horner
First all male team: Sam Johnston, Dave Gill, Ian Debnam, Will Johnston
First all female team: Carol Vanhinsbergh, Anne Leggett, Charlotte Winton, Bea
First under 40 male: Nathan Montague
First under 40 female: Alana Livesey
First 40-44 male - M40: Nathan Blake
First 40-44 female - F40: Nikki Fowler
First 45-49 male - M45: David Ross
First 45-49 female - F45: Carole Loader
First 50-54 male - M50: Christopher Shearwood
First 50-54 female - F50: Dawn Read
First 55-59 male - M55: Piers Keenleyside
First 55-59 female - F55: Cathy Fooks
First 60-64 male - M60: David Howells
First 60-64 female - F60: Gina Downing
First male Hasher: Simon Hewerdine
First female Hasher: Priya Sukhtanker
First under 40 male: Graham Robinson
First under 40 female: Samantha Aplin
First 40-49 male - M40: James Webster
First 40-49 female - F40: Samatha Parkinson
First 50-59 male - M50: Stuart Anderson
First 50-59 female - F50: Lynne Whitaker
First 60-69 male - M60: Anthony Richards
First 60-69 female - F60: Linda Rayman
First male Hasher: Melvin Vayle
First female Hasher: Carolyn Dent
To see the full list of names and times please click on one of the following links:
Congratulations to all of the above and a big thank you to all the runners who took part.
Photography: Race photos now ready for view
Photos from Sussex Sport Photography are available from the following link. Profits from sales will go to Rotary charities.
We also have collected up a selection of photos from along the route taken by marshals and spectators. To view these please click on the photo link on the right hand side of this page.
Overview of the Clarendon
If you are looking for a marathon which is off road, picturesque and challenging then running the Clarendon is the ultimate. Our route takes you from Salisbury to Winchester along the ancient Clarendon Way with a few extra turns here and there to make up a full 26.2 miles. More than 90% is off road, with the trail following country tracks and paths - many of which have not changed since being travelled by the ancient Kings and Queens of England.
Our marathon event was first run in 1998. It was founded and organised by Paul Elderkin, a keen runner and member of a local Hash House Harriers Club. In 2012, Paul passed the management of the race over to the Rotary Clubs of Winchester and Salisbury. Preperations are now underway for the next race, which will be held on Sunday 5 October 2014. We are not yet ready to take bookings but when we are these will be available via our online booking form on our registration page. Online entries will close on Friday 26 September 2014. Registration on the day will be possible but will cost an extra £5 (donation to Rotary charities).
The entry fee covers the race and a medal, t-shirts and mugs can be ordered separately if you require a race memento.
The prices for 2014 are:
- £27 for the full marathon
- £21 for the half marathon
- £55 for a 4 person relay team
If you wish to use the event as an opportunity to raise funds for your favourite charity, all the money that you raise can be put directly to your charity (100%).
Map of the route and GPX file
You can see a detailed map of the full marathon route by opening this external map page - it will open a new window in your browser.
We have also created a GPX file of the Clarendon Marathon route, for those who know how, to download and upload to their GPS watch.
You can download the file here. Please be aware that you download any files at your own risk. While we do all we can to ensure no viruses or malicious scripts are present, you should always make sure you have the latest anti-virus definitions on your computer.