Hampshire Road Race League (HRRL)
Covid-19 update: Races for the 2021/22 season have been provisionally announced.
The Hampshire Road Race League is an annual competition between running clubs in Hampshire. A series of road races between September and June are selected around the County for varying distances and location.
All races qualify for participating Farnham Runners towards their annual Grand Prix points total for their respective calender year unless indicated.
All runners must wear a club vest.
For further information and fixture details including maps and entry forms see the Hampshire Road Race League website.
Races for 2019/2020 season
|1st Sept 2019||Overton 5 mile|
|22nd Sept 2019||Solent Half Marathon (Hardley)|
|3rd Nov 2019||Hayling 10 mile|
|17th Nov 2019||Gosport Half Marathon|
|1st Dec 2019||Victory 5 mile (City of Portsmouth)|
|12th Jan 2020||Stubbington 10k|
|2nd Feb 2020||Ryde 10 mile|
|Cancelled||Salisbury 10 mile|
|Cancelled||Alton 10 mile|
|Cancelled||Netley 10k (Southampton)|
Races at the end of the 2019/20 season and the 2020/21 season were cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
About the league
The races are selected by the league organisers to be a variety of distances, from 5 miles to 20 miles, and spread within the county. There are separate leagues for women and men, both for teams and individuals.
Club teams score points through the success of their runners, and the series culminates in awards to the highest placed teams in the leagues. Clubs can have multiple teams and these enjoy a wide participation of runners of all standards, abilities and ages (from senior upwards).
Individuals score points from their finishing positions in the races. The Individual leagues consist of the top 50 men and the top 50 women in each of the 10 races.