Stonehenge Stomp - January

Not really a race (it's actually a walking event), but still quite popular with Totton members and you can run if you want to! A range of distances are available and entry is very cheap. Click here for the race website

Bramley 20 - February

Popular with members training for a spring marathon, this is a two lap race, so you get a good feel for the course on the 1st lap. The hills always seem harder the 2nd time around! Click here for the race website.

New Forest Running Festival - March

A weekend with various running distances on offer including 20 miles and 30 miles. The routes are generally multi-lap courses along New Forest tracks and paths. Click here for the race website

London Marathon - April

The big one and an aspiration of many runners. Unfortunately it's also extremely challenging to get a place. If you enter the race and don't get in, there is a draw for club places. Click here for the race website.

South Downs Marathon - June

Obviously not one for PB hunters, but sometimes it's just nice to enjoy some scenery. The course starts in Slindon and follows the South Downs Way to Queen Elizabeth Country Park. Click here for the race website.

New Forest Marathon - Sept

Probably the closest option for Totton members who want to scratch that marathon itch. The entry fees are are comparable with London, while the course is part road, part forest tracks. Click here for the race website.

Bournemouth Marathon - Oct

After a odd start (they refused to release the full results in their debut year), this event is now proving to be popular. Entries are not cheap, but the flat course is ideal for PB attempts. Click here for the race website.

Portsmouth Coastal Marathon - Dec

Done all your shopping and want to squeeze in one more marathon before the festivities? Then look no further! The out and back course follows the perimeter of Langstone Harbour. Click here for the race website.

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