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Reading Half MarathonReading Half Marathon 2010.jpgFinish of the half marathon in 2010 at the Madejski StadiumDateMarch/AprilLocationReading, United KingdomEvent typeRoadDistanceHalf marathonEstablished1983Official sitewww.readinghalfmarathon.com

The Reading Half Marathon (currently known as the Sage Reading Half Marathon for sponsorship reasons) is a half marathon road running event held on the streets of the English town of Reading. The race is normally held on a Sunday in March or early April of each year. The race is open to everyone from fun runner to elite athlete, and was one of the first town races to include wheelchair athletes.[1][2]

The race was first run on 13 March 1983, and has been run every year since, with the exceptions of 2001 and 2018. From 2003 to 2018 the race was organised by Sweatshop, the chain of running equipment shops founded by Chris Brasher in 1971. From 2019 the race was organised by Goldline Events, who also organise the Ikano Bank Robin Hood Marathon Events and goGIRL (Brighton & Hove). Since 2018, the race has been sponsored by Sage, the publishers of accountancy software. Previously headline sponsors have included Digital, Asics, Mizuno and Vitality.[1][3][4]

The 2019 race was held on Sunday 17 March, with more than 14,000 runners taking part. The 2020 race was due to be held on Sunday 5 April. However on 15 March it was announced that the race had been postponed due to the 201920 coronavirus pandemic. The race will now be held on Sunday 1 November.[5][6][7][8]

Course

The half marathon climbing Russell Street in West Reading in 2004

The Reading Half Marathon has had several courses over its life. The inaugural race in 1983, and several subsequent races, used University of Reading's Whiteknights Campus for both the start and finish. Other early courses involved use of the Rivermead Sports Centre, on the banks of the River Thames, as start and/or finish, but recent races have used Green Park Business Park and the adjacent Madejski Stadium, both to the south of Reading, for these purposes.[1][9]

The 1984 course appears to have been short of the full half marathon distance. In 1992 the course was shortened by approximately 700 metres due to a bomb-scare.[1]

The current course starts in Green Park Business Park, which it loops before proceeding eastwards through Whitley Wood to the Whiteknights Campus, which lies between the 4-mile (6.4km) and 5-mile (8.0km) markers. The route then heads north, passing close to the ruins of Reading Abbey and through the Abbey Gateway, before traversing the town centre between the 6-mile (9.7km) and 8-mile (13km) markers. Leaving the town centre by Oxford Road and a steep climb up Russell Street, the course then loops around West Reading until the 11-mile (18km) marker. The course then heads back south to the Madejski Stadium, where it finishes within the stadium.[10]

Records

In 2005, Julius Kimutai chases down Malack Olemengera and a wheelchair athlete.

The current male course record is 61 minutes 19 seconds, by Patrick Makau in 2008. The female record is 69 mins 35 seconds, set by Liz Yelling in 2008. The male wheelchair record is 45 minutes 59 seconds, set by David Weir in 2006, while the female wheelchair record is 65 minutes 17 seconds, set by Mel Nicholls in 2015.[1][11][12][13][14]

Dates and winners

In 2007, the marathon passes down Liebenrood Road. In 2019, the marathon passes through Reading's Abbey Gateway. Year Date Men's race Women's race Men's wheelchair Women's wheelchair Ref 2020 1 November Not yet run; postponed due to the 201920 coronavirus pandemic [7][8] 2019 17 March Scott Overall

(1:03:50)

Stephanie Twell

(1:11:37)

Chris Nash No starters [5][15] 2018 18 March Cancelled on the morning of the race due to heavy overnight snowfall [16][17][18] 2017 19 March Andy Vernon

(1:03:08)

Charlotte Purdue

(1:12:15)

[19][20] 2016 3 April Robert Mbithi

(1:03:57)

Jenny Nesbitt

(1:12:54)

Gary Donald

(1:22:41)

No starters [21][22][23] 2015 22 March Stephen Kiplagat

(1:03:10)

Lily Partridge

(1:10:32)

No starters Mel Nicholls

(1:05:17)

[10][11][24] 2014 2 March Scott Overall

(1:04:44)

Susan Partridge

(1:12:18)

[25][26] 2013 17 March Andrew Lesuuda

(1:04:15)

Emily Biwott

(1:12:14)

Phil Hogg

(0:59:15)

Jade Jones

(1:09:11)

[27][28][29] 2012 1 April Edwin Kipyego

(1:03:08)

Alice Mogire

(1:11:01)

Stephen Lightbown

(1:08:59)

Kate Rowe

(3:15:35)

[2][30][31] 2011 20 March Simon Kasimili

(1:03:08)

Edith Chelimo

(1:11:22)

David Weir

(0:48:18)

No starters [32][33][34] 2010 21 March Edwin Kipyego

(1:03:03)

Susan Partridge

(1:12:47)

[35] 2009 29 March Kiplimo Kimutai

(1:02:46)

Joyce Kirui

(1:12:49)

Brian Alldis

(0:54:37)

No starters [36] 2008 2 March Patrick Makau

(1:01:19)

Liz Yelling

(1:09:35)

Tushar Patel

(0:54:18)

No starters [1][14] 2007 25 March Simon Kasimili

(1:03:36)

Louise Damen

(1:10:47)

David Weir

(0:46:06)

No starters [13] 2006 9 April Simon Kasimili

(1:04:51)

Cathy Mutwa

(1:12:10)

David Weir

(0:45:59)

[12][37] 2005 6 March Julius Kimutai

(1:01:51)

Cathy Mutwa

(1:13:09)

[38][39] 2004 7 March Julius Kimutai

(1:01:38)

Galina Ignatieva

(1:14:27)

Tushar Patel

(0:54:36)

Shelly Woods

(1:06:37)

[3][12][38][40] 2003 9 March Carl Warren

(1:06:33)

Catherine Mutua

(1:16:42)

[1] 2002 10 March Michael Kosgei Rotich

(1:03:23)

Andrea Green

(1:16:36)

Tushar Patel

(0:59:22)

Paula Craig

(1:35:03)

[41] 2001 Not run due to restrictions imposed during the 2001 outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease [42] 2000 12 March Sammy Bitok

(1:02:56)

Birhan Dagne

(1:14:23)

No starters Carol Hutchins [43] 1999 14 March Sammy Nyangincha

(1:04:18)

Lyubov Denisova

(1:15:18)

[1] 1998 15 March James Kuria

(1:03:59)

Maria Bradley

(1:16:08)

[1] 1997 16 March Spencer Duval

(1:04:50)

Lucia Subano

(1:15:44)

[1] 1996 31 March Gary Staines

(1:03:31)

Carolyn Horne

(1:19:08)

[1] 1995 30 April Baha Tulumba

(1:04:49)

Kathryn Bailey

(1:15:31)

[1] 1994 10 April Andrew Leach

(1:06:46)

Tanya Maria Ball

(1:24:40)

[1] 1993 28 March Paul Evans

(1:01:38)

Alison Fletcher

(1:16:49)

Ian Thompson

(0:59:23)

Tanni Grey [1][3] 1992 26 April Steve Brace

(1:02:20)

Scholasica Ndigingi

(1:11:36)

[1] 1991 7 April Steve Brace

(1:04:28)

Celia Duncan

(1:18:59 )

[1] 1990 1 April Steve Brace & Nick Trainer

(1:03:32)

Angie Pain

(1:12:21)

[1] 1989 2 April Paul Cuskin

(1:04:11)

Marina Sammy

(1:13:43)

[1] 1988 10 April Paul Cuskin

(1:03:16)

Karen MacLeod

(1:14:09)

[1] 1987 5 April Kevin Forster

(1:02:07)

Paula Fudge

(1:12:45)

[1] 1986 6 April Paul Davies-Hale

(1:02:39)

Ann Ford

(1:12:09)

[1] 1985 24 March Kingston Mills

(1:03:55)

Veronique Marot

(1:12:56)

Mike Bishop

(1:16:31)

[1][44] 1984 25 March Michael Hurd

(1:04:39)

Karen Holdsworth

(1:13:56)

[1] 1983 13 March Mark Cursons

(1:07:45)

Sarah Rowell

(1:16:00)

[1][45]

References

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Oceania Marathon and Half Marathon ChampionshipsSportMarathon runningFounded2008ContinentOceania (OAA)

The Oceania Marathon and Half Marathon Championships are an annual Road running competition organized by the Oceania Athletics Association (OAA) for athletes representing the countries of its member associations. They were established in 2008. Races are featured for male and female athletes.[1] The event is held together with the Gold Coast Marathon. The first three open men and women Oceania athletes to finish the Marathon and Half Marathon will be presented with the Oceania Championship medals.[2]

Editions

Year City Country Date I 2008 Gold Coast, Queensland Australia July 6 II 2009 Gold Coast, Queensland Australia July 5 III 2010 Gold Coast, Queensland Australia July 3-4 IV 2011 Gold Coast, Queensland Australia July 2-3 V 2012 Gold Coast, Queensland Australia June 30-July 1 VI 2013 Gold Coast, Queensland Australia July 6-7 VII 2014 Gold Coast, Queensland Australia July 5-6 VIII 2015 Gold Coast, Queensland Australia July 4-5 IX 2016 Gold Coast, Queensland Australia July 2-3 X 2017 Gold Coast, Queensland Australia July 1-2

Results

Complete results (beginning in 2009) can be found on the Gold Coast Marathon website.[2] The results for 2008 were extracted from different websites.[3][4][5]

Men's Marathon

Year Gold Silver Bronze 2008 Rowan Walker(AUS) 2:19:36 Jay Phillpotts(AUS) 2:29:04 Anthony Farrugia(AUS) 2:31:29 2009 Shane Nankervis(AUS) 2:16:46 Matt Smith(NZL) 2:16:51 Rowan Walker(AUS) 2:21:04 2010 Rowan Walker(AUS) 2:20:18 Rowan Hooper(NZL) 2:22:05 Nathan Hartigan(AUS) 2:23:27 2011 Lee Troop(AUS) 2:15:45 Rowan Walker(AUS) 2:20:25 David Criniti(AUS) 2:20:55 2012 Jonathan Peters(AUS) 2:20:05 Rowan Walker(AUS) 2:21:19 Wondwosen Geleta(AUS) 2:26:17 2013 Rowan Walker(AUS) 2:23:50 Tony Payne(NZL) 2:27:25 John Dutton(AUS) 2:27:40 2014 Rowan Walker(AUS) 2:21:47 Alastair Stevenson(AUS) 2:23:48 Vladimir Shatrov(AUS) 2:24:45 2015 JONATHAN PETERS(AUS) 02:21:14 Rowan Walker(AUS) 2:25:32 Nic Van Raaphorst(AUS) 2:26:59 2016 Paul Martelletti(NZL) 2:18:57 Dave Ridley(NZL) 2:26:21 Dion Finocchiaro(AUS) 2:27:30 2017 Dave Ridley(NZL) 2:24:59 Charlie Boyle(AUS) 2:25:23 Ben MacCroan(AUS) 2:26:19

Men's Half Marathon

Year Gold Silver Bronze 2008 Michael Shelley(AUS) 1:02:41 Lee Troop(AUS) 1:02:57 Martin Dent(AUS) 1:03:49 2009 Michael Shelley(AUS) 1:02:10 Martin Dent(AUS) 1:02:16 Jeffrey Hunt(AUS) 1:02:44 2010 Jeffrey Hunt(AUS) 1:03:18 Martin Dent(AUS) 1:03:21 Anthony Haber(AUS) 1:04:35 2011 Jeffrey Hunt(AUS) 1:04:04 Peter Nowill(AUS) 1:06:24 Vlad Shatrov(AUS) 1:08:39 2012 Liam Adams(AUS) 1:03:28 Harry Summers(AUS) 1:03:34 Lee Troop(AUS) 1:05:34 2013 Martin Dent(AUS) 1:03:56 Benjamin Ashkettle(AUS) 1:04:12 Liam Adams(AUS) 1:04:49 2014 Brad Milosevic(AUS) 1:05:33 Josh Harris(AUS) 1:05:51 Aaron Pulford(NZL) 1:05:52

Women's Marathon

Year Gold Silver Bronze 2008 Shireen Crumpton(NZL) 2:38:16 Rina Hill(AUS) 2:45:59 Roxie Schmidt(AUS) 2:47:56 2009 Lauren Shelley(AUS) 2:42:22 Roxie Schmidt(AUS) 2:42:22 Rina Hill(AUS) 2:48:56 2010 Sarah McRae(AUS) 2:39:41 Shireen Crumpton(NZL) 2:41:21 Anita Keem(AUS) 2:48:06 2011 Roxie Fraser(AUS) 2:41:17 Michelle McAdam(AUS) 2:44:44 Kirsten Molloy(AUS) 2:46:32 2012 Sally Gibbs(NZL) 2:41:15 Anita Keem(AUS) 2:42:43 Alexandra Williams(NZL) 2:45:19 2013 Alexandra Williams(NZL) 2:41:30 Sally Gibbs(NZL) 2:42:59 Anita Keem(AUS) 2:45:39 2014 Tarli Bird(AUS) 2:43:58 Alexandra Williams(NZL) 2:45:21 Aarthi Venkatesan(AUS) 2:47:30

Women's Half Marathon

Year Gold Silver Bronze 2008 Rowan Marie Baird(NZL) 1:14:01 Eliza Stewart(AUS) 1:17:04 Susan Michelsson(AUS) 1:17:06 2009 Lisa Weightman(AUS) 1:10:42 Cassie Fien(AUS) 1:12:24 Shireen Crumpton(NZL) 1:14:05 2010 Lisa Weightman(AUS) 1:09:00 Cassie Fien(AUS) 1:11:45 Jessica Trengove(AUS) 1:12:48 2011 Lara Tamsett(AUS) 1:12:19 Jessica Trengove(AUS) 1:12:28 Abigail Bayley(AUS) 1:13:40 2012 Lisa Robertson(NZL) 1:14:22 Belinda Martin(AUS) 1:16:11 Tracey Austin(AUS) 1:17:59 2013 Nikki Chapple(AUS) 1:11:00 Jessica Trengove(AUS) 1:11:51 Nicki McFadzien(NZL) 1:15:13 2014 Milly Clark(AUS) 1:14:04 Sinead Diver(AUS) 1:14:25 Karinna Fyfe(AUS) 1:14:49

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