~ Sunday 11th March 2018 ~
For details of the event and information on how to enter visit…
Dartford Half Marathon Website: http://dartfordhalfmarathon.co.uk
Or view the Course Map
Dartford Harriers is well known for hosting it’s Annual Half Marathon, and in 2016 we celebrated our big 40. This event is the longest, most continuously-held road race in Kent which Dartford Harriers AC are proud to have been involved with the organisation since its inception. DHAC endeavour to provide a high-quality event for competitors of all abilities. Please spread the word, get involved and support your club. It’s a fabulous event that is always well attended, making you feel part of the community!!!
~ FUN RUN ~
Remember, there is a 1 mile fun run for kids or anyone not able to run the full course.
Please put the date in your diaries!
A a massive well done to all of the organising committee who dedicate so much time in preparing for this event and making it the success it is. It should not be under estimated, the work that goes in. A big “Thank You” to all those who volunteered! Hopefully more Dartford Harriers members will assist with marshalling this event. Our club relies on the success of this event.
~ Dartford Harriers 40th Half Marathon ~
2015 saw us change the event date to March. You may have seen some members wearing our fabulous blue t-shirts to advertise the new date with it’s slogan… On your March, Get Set, Go… The change of date was welcomed by our competitors as it’s a pre-race for the London Marathon and the weather isn’t so hot, so we kept the timing of the event the same. Therefore it was held on… Sunday 13th March 2016!
2016 saw 913 runners pounding the streets of Dartford, the winner from Highgate Harriers finishing in a time of 01:11:42. This is a tough course, well done to all of the following who accomplished it: Pete Tucker, a 2nd claim harrier and previous winner of this event finished 5th in 01:14:39. Chris Biddle, in training for the marathon and running extremely well, had a great run finishing 10th in 01:17:15. Craig Sharp wasn’t far behind in 13th in a time of 01:18:34 and was the 1st master athlete home. Dan Pyne was 15th in 01:19:36 and Andy Pickett 18th in 01:20:34. Kieran Hughes was 24th in 01:21:33, Reuben Burford 29th in 01:23:01, Nick Varley 43rd in 01:26:27, Matt Erwood 56th in 01:28:03, Paul Dawes 64th in 01:29:09, Jennifer Pritchett 184th in 01:40:25, Jonathan Ives 311th in 01:49:13 and Jamie Bushnell 537th in 02:01:55.
Previous results are available from the Fixtures & Results tab!