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Download your 2019 Race Guide

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Volunteers, runners, spectators, local residents, basically anyone who would like some more info – you can now download the Ealing Half Marathon 2019 Race Guide.

Lots of information about the race on Sunday 29th September including a route map.

Download your copy HERE.

Runner information email is on its way!

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We’ve just hit the send button your final instructions information email!! 🎉

Keep an eye out for it as it contains everything you need to know to get you race day ready 💪 Don’t forget to check your junk mail….

We can only send it to the email address you have given us on registration so if it’s typed wrong, old or just no longer works then you won’t be seeing it anytime soon so stop F5ing 😁

Give it a couple of days and if you haven’t got it, drop us an email to and we can send you a link.


See you all soon 💚

Sandra & Christina.

The Andrew Carter Memorial Mile

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Andrew Carter, 33, took part in the Ealing Half Marathon on Sunday 28th September 2014. He collapsed shortly before the end of the race following a cardiac arrest and passed away peacefully in the early hours of Wednesday 1st October 2014.

Join Andrew’s family and Ealing Half Marathon on Saturday 7th September in Lammas Park W5 5JH at 11am for the Andrew Carter Memorial MIle in aid of The Tom Clabburn Fund and Cardiac Risk in the Young and walk, jog or run this event. All abilities welcome.

This is a free event but a donation for the charity is asked for on the day.

Full details and how to register for free are here:

Plog-olution with Ealing Half Marathon

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The Ealing Half Marathon Plog-olution takes place this weekend!!

Starting at 1pm on 3rd August and will offer a 5K run or a 2K walk option, so that participants can run or walk the distance that suits them best.

Entry is free (here and all participants receive a free dry-wick Plogolution t-shirt. The meeting point is in front of Hanwell Community Centre and all equipment is provided.

The efforts of Plogolution are very much in line with the ethos of Ealing Half Marathon, which has its own sustainability measures to reduce the environmental impact of its autumn race. Since the very first Ealing Half Marathon in 2012, plastic bottles from race day have been recycled and these have been reduced in size to the smallest size bottle available. As part of their commitment to reducing waste, runners carry their post-race goodies out of the finish funnel rather than receiving goodie bags with flyers and unwanted items. The race has also made the decision not to offer finisher t-shirts as feedback showed that these were not wanted; this in turn reduces landfill and the carbon footprint of transporting them to the race.

Register for FREE here

See you on Saturday.

Training runs with Ealing Half Marathon 2019

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The first of our training runs led by the Ealing Eagles Running Club start tomorrow.

Wednesday 31st July – 4 miles Meet at The Duke of Kent at 19:00pm
Wednesday 7th August – 5 miles Meet at the The Drayton Court Hotel at 19:00pm
Wednesday 21st August – 6 miles Meet at the The Drayton Court Hotel at 19:00pm
Sunday 15th September – 13.1 miles Meet at Lammas Park W5 5JH Time TBC

Bag drops are available at all the Fuller’s pub locations (Lammas Park TBC) but left at your own risk, please do not leave anything valuable in your bags as the event and pubs cannot be held responsible for items left.

These are open to all, full details are available on our website

Running in hot weather

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🥵 Go easy on the training in this heat. Here is some advise on what to do in the hot weather but probably best to not run today!
#heatwaveuk #HEATWAVE2019 #ealinghalf #ealingfeeling #london #londonheatwave #running #hot #summer

Getting ready for the #EalingFeeling

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** Resident Information**

We are always so grateful for all the support and assistance that the residents of the Borough of Ealing give to us on Ealing Half Marathon weekend 💚

In preparation for the big #EalingFeeling weekend in 3 months time (Sunday 29th September 2019), we have all the details of road closures ready for you. Information is available on our website now to allow plenty of time for planning:

Photo courtesy of Angela Donnithorne Photography

We will work with you on the day to allow for safe access and egress up to the course closures. Please bear in mind that no vehicle movement is possible once the race starts. If you have an appointment, a taxi booking, an event to get to, visitors planned, vehicles will need to be parked off the course or have no direct access if you are on the route after a certain point early in the morning.

Share this with those you know who may need it, new neighbours who are unfamiliar with the event, church congregations, those with regular medical visits or meals on wheels deliveries etc and we look forward to another safe and spectacular Ealing Half Marathon that the borough can be proud of!

We contact all medical services and food delivery agencies ourselves but we find each year this doesn’t always reach those on the ground so any help to make sure more people know is always appreciated.

Please contact us at if you have any questions about travel and access on that weekend and we will be happy to help.

Thank you once again for all your patience and understanding.

Sandra & Christina
Ealing Half Marathon

Join in the London Relays

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It’s party time! The 2019 London Relay launches Saturday 29th June @ 11.00am

Come and join them at Relay Base Camp (on the grass between City Hall and Tower Bridge) on Saturday.

What better way to start your weekend than by soaking in the morning sun with friends and family, sipping an ice cold Pimm’s overlooking Tower Bridge and maybe even joining Stage #1 of the 2019 London Relay. The 5k run launches our epic 3,837 mile journey for The Running Charity.

The team are creating a party atmosphere so even if you don’t want to run, all are welcome to join.

5k Launch Party – Join Today 


A sunny Osterley Park Summer 10k

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Another successful Osterley Park 10k took place on Saturday 15th June.

The event saw hundreds of runners taking on the route around the stunning National Trust property in West London.

Photo courtesy of Dan Tsantilis Photography

Our overall winner, was Matt Kitching (Queens Park Harriers) crossing the finish line in 00:34:25. First place female was Melissah Gibson (Ealing Eagles Running Club) with a fantastic time of 00:39:33 taking the women’s title.

Second place male went to Ryan Keane (Thames Valley Harriers) in a time of 00:35:21 and second place female was Sophie Tomaszczyk (West 4 Harriers) in a time of 00:40:50.

Third place male was Tom Easten (Maidenhead AC) in 00:35:42.and third place female saw Karima Harris (Queens Park Harriers) cross the line in a time of 00:40:56.

Full Results are available online now which include chip and gun time.

The next Osterley Park 10k is now open for registration as well as our multi award winning Ealing Half Marathon. All our events sell out in record time so don’t miss out.

Book now at Ealing Half Marathon (29th September 2019) and Osterley Park Winter 10k  (7th December 2019).

Thank you to our Emergency Services

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Each year we offer free places to our amazing Emergency Services in Ealing who are directly involved with our event as a thank you but did you know we also have a discount code for anyone working in that field.


Open to all the amazing personnel who keep us safe, mend our wounds, rush to our aid and support us through life’s ups and downs.
If you’re a doctor, a nurse, a firefighter, a police officer, a midwife etc, any of the services that do so much for the public all over the country, email us at for details on how to claim your discount.
Help us give a little back to all the amazing staff. 💚 Help spread the #EalingFeeling.