Harwell Half Marathon

  • Posted on: 30 August 2016
  • By: Didcot Runners
photo courtesy of Dave Knopp

The route starts off flat and then gently undulates along footpaths, bridleways, and tracks up onto the Ridgeway National Path from where you can enjoy some stunning views of the rolling Oxfordshire countryside.

Altogether a better way to spend a Bank Holiday Monday and a great showing from Didcot Runners, click the lik to view results http://www.barnesfitness.co.uk


Championship Race at Headington 5 Mile race

  • Posted on: 28 August 2016
  • By: Didcot Runners

A great turn out for the Didcot Runners and another club came up to us to thank us for our own race, "we love your 5 mile race, its the best".

It started with a drizzly morning, but that soon cleared up for the run itself, which was a shame. A brief briefing and the gun was fired, a few long straights and then we were on our way home. A couple of club runners running a PB and some chasing other competitors and pacing them around the course. Well done to everyone that showed up and ran and also the supporters that cheered us on. A lovely meal post race at The Fishes, North Hinkey for refuelling and  some social chats about Pigeon Street and the Joy of Painting. 

Click on the link for the photos taken and results http://www.hrr.org.uk/h5m/

Happy Bank Holiday Weekend and good luck with the Harwell Half Marathon to all our runners participating tomorrow. 

Photo credited to Andrew Casey

Ridgeway Challenge- 86 miles

  • Posted on: 28 August 2016
  • By: Didcot Runners

From Lewis Cousins: A HUGE thank you to everyone that helped out at Goring and Bury Down tonight. It was another successful event expertly handled by Didcot Runners (and friends).  We certainly couldn't do this without your support and it's greatly appreciated. Time to catch some zzzz's!

From Andrew Casey Checkpoint 5 (Half way) of the 86 mile Ridgeway Challenge. A fantastic effort to even sign up to let alone get to this point and beyond. Supplying care, attention and rice pudding, the Didcot Runners and Compton Harrier did superbly. At that point in a challenge, a simple bowl of hot food and a tea is the best thing in the world. Well done everyone and especially Ben, Dan and all the other competitors for taking part.

Credit to Andrew Casey for the photos


We have been nominated for the Business and Community Award...

  • Posted on: 19 August 2016
  • By: Didcot Runners
Business and Community Award

"I think our club is great! and has a positive impact in Didcot's community and I encourage you all to nominate them too" 

Here is the link for you to help your club if you feel we meet the nomination criteria:  http://www.didcotfirst.org.uk/page-galleries.html

The BACAs recognise and reward excellence amongst local businesses, community groups and young enterprise.  The BACAs are open to organisations, businesses, charity, community groups and young people, in and around the Didcot  area within the OX11 area including Culham Science Park, Harwell Campus, Milton Park, Southmead Industrial Estate and all the surrounding villages.




Beginners session 6th September 2016

  • Posted on: 19 August 2016
  • By: Didcot Runners

Our next beginners sessions will start on Tuesday 6th September 2016, meet at the Didcot Town Football Club for 18:45 ready to run for 19:00.it's an 8 week programme to get to 5km followed by 4 weeks of improvers sessions and opportunity to join the club at the end for those who would like to. If you are interested and would like more information please email beginners@didcotrunners.org.uk or visit the Didcot Beginners Group Facebook page.


Didcot 5 and Fun Run

  • Posted on: 25 June 2016
  • By: Didcot Runners

The annual race organised by Didcot Runners takes place on Sunday 3rd July, There is a five mile race for 18+ runners and a two mile "fun run" for all ages. Full information including how to enter, the route etc. are available on the Didcot 5 page.

Wallingford Thames Run

  • Posted on: 27 May 2016
  • By: Didcot Runners

Congratulations to all the Didcot Runners who completed the Wallingford Thames Run on Sunday 22nd May. The third of the 2015/16 Championship races. A massive well done to Minna Jones-Walters who was the fastest female in the race in a time of 41:03. She was also part of the winning female team with Sian Loveless (42:30) and Eileen Naughton (45:10).