|Course Name||Brighton Half Marathon|
|Race Name||Grand Brighton Half Marathon|
|Measured By||Tom Frost, Grade: 2|
|Measured On||1 Dec 2019|
|Terrain||Flat but with very minor climb after around a mile and very minor drop at around 4 miles.|
|Surface||All on tarmac surfaces first 4.5 miles along an A road, then city centre roads to 10 mile point, a 1 and 3/4 miles along a wide tarmac promenade and final 1.25 mls along sea front road.|
|Configuration||An out and back along the A259 East of Brighton, a North narrow loop around The Level and a West narrow loop going round Hove Lagoon.|
|Section of Road||All race route roads are closed on race day. I have used the full width except as shown on the race route plans where cones will be placed on race day or there is a central barrier - here I have measured the traffic lanes as on the route plans.|
|Right Turns||Shortest possible route including over pavements where available.|
|Comments||The race organisation is to ensure no shortcuts are able to be taken as shown on the race route plans.|
|Grid Ref of Start||
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Race (with web
|Grand Brighton Half Marathon||Sussex||Martin Harrigan||The Sussex Beacon||31 Dec 2019||23 Feb 2020|
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