Love Kingston are proud to be the headline charity for the Kingston Spring Race Day on Sunday 31st March and we would love you to sign up as one of our team.
When:  Sunday 31 March 2019 - 8am start
Where: Kingston Market Place
Register by visiting www.kingstonraceday.com  for the 8 mile or 16 mile run. 
Please enter 'Love Kingston' as the Team Name so we can be notified of your participation. 

Fundraise for us by setting up your page on Local Giving, use the 'Fundraise for us' button here:
Support
  • You can donate on the Spring Race Day and Local Giving pages as well as this website. 
  • Get in touch if you'd like to join us and help on the day! We'll be at the event with our gazebo and fun heart shaped costumes.
  • Please encourage your family, friends and colleagues to come along too, and give support to the runners. 

Its back! Kingston’s famous Spring running event with twin runs over 8 and 16 miles.

Quicksilver Running, organisers of the Royal Borough of Kingston Half Marathon are re-introducing the two classic “breakfast run” distances in Spring 2019 and they have chosen Love Kingston as the Headline Charity!

The new Royal Borough of Kingston Spring Race Day takes place on Sunday March 31st with runners completing either one or two laps of the famous “Kingston Loop”.

The 16 mile race is ideally paced for Marathon training, falling just 4 weeks before the London Marathon and 2 weeks prior to Brighton. The 8 mile is a great introduction to racing over long distances or a shorter distance for those getting ready for 2019 who haven’t been training heavily over the winter or are recovering from injury.

Starting in the famous Ancient Market Place, runners will cross over Kingston Bridge and head up the iconic three mile stretch of the Barge Walk beside the Thames. The race then reaches the magnificent Hampton Court Palace before continuing through Thames Ditton and back towards Kingston Market Place. Here is the finish for the 8 mile race. The 16 milers will continue to run a second lap before crossing the line.

Both races offer the opportunity to run on a fast and scenic route with great PB potential and chill out afterwards over coffee and croissants on the Kingston riverside!

Run for Love Kingston!
Love Kingston are proud to be the headline charity for the Kingston Spring Race Day on Sunday 31st March. 
8am start
Kingston Market Place
Sign up as one of our team: Visit www.kingstonraceday.com and register for the 8 mile or 16 mile run. 
Please enter 'Love Kingston' as the Team Name so we can be notified of your participation. 

Fundraise for us by setting up your page on Local Giving, use the 'Fundraise for us' button here:
Support
  • You can donate on the Spring Race Day and Local Giving pages as well as this website. 
  • Get in touch if you'd like to join us and help on the day! We'll be at the event with our gazebo and fun heart shaped costumes.
  • Please encourage your family, friends and colleagues to come along too, and give support to the runners. 

Its back! Kingston’s famous Spring running event with twin runs over 8 and 16 miles.

Quicksilver Running, organisers of the Royal Borough of Kingston Half Marathon are re-introducing the two classic “breakfast run” distances in Spring 2019 and they have chosen Love Kingston as the Headline Charity!

The new Royal Borough of Kingston Spring Race Day takes place on Sunday March 31st with runners completing either one or two laps of the famous “Kingston Loop”.

The 16 mile race is ideally paced for Marathon training, falling just 4 weeks before the London Marathon and 2 weeks prior to Brighton. The 8 mile is a great introduction to racing over long distances or a shorter distance for those getting ready for 2019 who haven’t been training heavily over the winter or are recovering from injury.

Starting in the famous Ancient Market Place, runners will cross over Kingston Bridge and head up the iconic three mile stretch of the Barge Walk beside the Thames. The race then reaches the magnificent Hampton Court Palace before continuing through Thames Ditton and back towards Kingston Market Place. Here is the finish for the 8 mile race. The 16 milers will continue to run a second lap before crossing the line.

Both races offer the opportunity to run on a fast and scenic route with great PB potential and chill out afterwards over coffee and croissants on the Kingston riverside!