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Race Entry

Details of the 2017 Kent Circuit Marathon (27th May 2017) may be found on the Inspire Races website.

Entries fees for the inaugural Kent Circuit Marathon are held the same as for the 2016 Kent Roadrunner Marathon - still just £42.20 (affiliated) / £44.20 (unaffiliated). Note that the 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016 Kent Roadrunner Marathons all filled before the relevant closing date. Don't leave it too late to enter the 2017 Kent Circuit Marathon!

Note that our 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 events have all filled before their closing dates.

Race held under UKA Rules. You must be 18 years or older on the day of the race.

Once your entry is confirmed your place in the race is held. No refunds/deferrals are available due to runner withdrawal from the event or for race cancellation. In the event of race cancellation all proceeds will be donated to charity.

Any runners unofficially transferring their race entries (i.e. without the organiser's approval) are liable to disqualification, as per UK Athletics policy.

Race permit issued by UK Athletics (UKA/runbritain). 2016 UKA Race Licence: 2016-20221.

- AUKCM Official course measurement certificate: 16/141

- Our UKA race permit allows our race results to be included on the popular Power of 10 and runbritain websites.

- tzruns are affiliated to England Athletics and to the British Association of Road Races (BARR).

- Race recognised by the 100 Marathon Club as a road marathon.

The Kent Roadrunner Marathon is proud to carry a British Association of Road Races GOLD race grading since 2014, reflecting our adherence to the highest standards of race organisation.   See our BARR certificate here (certificate BARR-626).

Runners are advised that data supplied for race entries is held and used according to the Data Protection Act 1998.  Your data will never be supplied by us to any third-party other than for operational purposes (eg medical provider).  We will use your email address to send you crucial pre-race information.



Royal Berkshire Track Marathon – a well organised and friendly event welcoming and catering for all abilities.  On site facilities brilliant pre and post race and goody bag and T shirt to boot went above and beyond what the price entry would have suggested. Hoping there will be another one this year as well as the Andover one. Ian Berry is a credit to his sport.