- Denbies Marathon June Entries Open
Race Date Sat 17th Jun 2023
Next Race: Denbies Marathon June
|Race Start Time:||08:00||Entry On Day:||No|
|Running Surface:||Trail||Race Cut Off Time:||TBC|
|Route Undulation:||Flat||Race Town:||Dorking|
|Timing Method:||Chip||Race Location:||Surrey|
|Number Collection:||Race Entry Cost:||£39.95|
|Distance Markers:||Race Status:||Entries Open|
|Road Status:||Unknown||Use Headphones:||Yes|
|Max Number:||Race Format:||Circular Lap|
|Race Start Time:||08:00|
|Entry On Day:||No|
|Race Cut Off Time:||TBC|
|Race Entry Cost:||£39.95|
|Race Status:||Entries Open|
|Race Format:||Circular Lap|
Where is the race?
The race is located in Dorking, United Kingdom.
Can I wear headphones at the Denbies Marathon?
Is the race still going ahead?
Change is always possible, please contact the race organiser to confirm this at: [email protected]
What is the maximum allowed time to complete the race?
The maximum time allowed is unknown, sorry.
Race Entry Information
Denbies Marathon Race Entry
Denbies Marathon JuneVisit Race Website
The Denbies Marathon put on by Phoenix running consists of repeating a 1 mile loop that as been made as flat as the race organisers can. In more detail the lap is off road trail, through the wine estate on a flat 1 mile route with slight cambers.
Each runner gets up to 30 hours to finish this event - from 8.00am on Saturday 8th October right through to 2.00pm on Sunday 9th October, so if you fancy having a go at your very first Marathon or Half Marathon then you won't find a longer cut off time anywhere.
They also offer flexible start times from 8.00am Saturday right up until Sunday 9th, which means that if you start later, say at 11pm, you could try your first evening or even night run. You can also run more than one half marathon or marathon if you like, by simply entering the event more than once and starting when you like within the start window.
Therefore it really is a great flexible way to run what you want, when you want.
The event is fully chip timed so runners have no worry about keeping track of laps, the race organiser does that for you and can tell you exactly how far you've run each time you pass the aid station.