Chichester Half Marathon 2014
With a fortuitous break in the weather, around 800 runners ran a brilliant race this year. See below for links to results and photographs from the event.
About the race
The 'Chi Half' is a challenging yet beautiful half marathon, revived in 2012 after a 25 year absence. The event raises vital funds for the work of Children on the Edge and is now in its third year.
The route, which includes a mixture of road, cross country and cycle path terrain, starts at Chichester College and takes in the historic sites of Chichester, including the Cathedral and the walls. It then leads up to the pinnacle of the South Downs before wending its way back down Centurion Way.
Contact Children on the Edge:
Tel: 01243 538530
Post: Children on the Edge, 5 The Victoria, 25 St Pancras, Chichester, PO19 7LT
Registration is now closed for the 2014 Chichester Half marathon. We'll see you all on the start line.
DATE: Sunday 12th October 2014
RACE VILLAGE OPEN: 8.00AM
START TIME: 9.00AM
START LINE: First Steps Nursery, Chichester College.
AGE LIMIT: Suitable for ages 17 +
Comments from 2013:
‘Brilliant event Chichester. Love the course, the support, goodie bags, and most of all the money raised for children on the edge. I'll definitely be back for more next year’ Rachelle Williams
‘Thank you for organising a brilliant event. Well organised. .well marshaled. ... fab goodie bags! . Well done chi half.’ Denise Wadeson
‘What a great day and brilliant race, I was not looking forward to the trundle, but amazing feeling once at the top’ Liz Kirk
‘Hats off to you all, lots of happy faces even though the weather was awful.’ Debra Johnson
‘It was great, I had a really good time and I can't wait to find out how much was raised overall. Well done COTE for bringing Chichester together for a fun day in the rain.’ David Morris.
‘For a first timer, this was an amazing race. Everything went so smoothly for start to finish. Quite literally! Can't wait for my t shirt to arrive!’ Sue Mawson
‘Top event well done organising team, water when you needed it, though clearly the course designer is a bit of Sadist. That hill is a killer!!’ Justin Watson
‘Terrific event again, even if we didn't have the weather of last year. Huge thanks to the marshals out in the wind and rain, and the band braving the weather out on the Trundle too’ Ben Richie
‘This was my first half marathon and i loved it even in the rain! well run event thank you to all the marshalls i was slightly worried i would not know where i was supposed to go. will definitely be back next year’ Amanda Louise Williams