Wokingham Half Marathon has been producing super fast times since 1984. Starting and finishing at Cantley Park the race runs on fast, flat rural roads and each year produces outstanding performances with course records of 1.11.09 (Liz Yelling) and 1.03.14 (Phil Wicks). 2019 saw 9 finishers with times of 1.07.22 or better.

Fully closed roads, race village with catering, massage, kit tent, changing & showers, bespoke race medals, pace runners, bib-tag race timing, free good for age places, UKA permit, certified accurate and results submitted to Power of Ten. 

Not only are we the best race you might not have heard of, we are also one of the cheapest with entry available from £28 for the first 500 entries.


Wokingham Half Marathon is run on closed roads under UK Athletics rules. The route is equally suitable for those looking to complete their first half marathon as it is to established club runners seeking a new PB. Wokingham Half also hosts a very competitive affiliated club team competition with four to score in both women’s and men’s categories

Wokingham Half Marathon supports many local good causes and community groups and in turn is supported by them with their volunteers helping to marshal the route, manage the water stations and look after the race village. Come and be part of the Wokingham Half Marathon community by running or contact us here if you can help by volunteering.



Wokingham Half Marathon is one of the best kept secrets in the running world. Only a few miles from West London, Surrey, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire & Hampshire with great communications links M3, M4, M40 & M25 all offer fast access to the 329M and Wokingham Town Centre.

The location map shows a 20 mile radius of Wokingham, check out how close you are to one of the South’s best and most consistently fast half marathons.

Wokingham Station is just a few minutes walk from our race village at Cantley Park.

Planning is now well underway for a Covid-19 safe event and entry is backed by a 100% refund guarantee in case of Covid-19 cancellation