The Kings Head Canter 5K
Race Start (2013) at Chiddingly
Race Finish (2016) at East Hoathly
A friendly rural road race, over a point
to point course, starting in one East
Sussex village and finishing in the
FREE pint of beer or soft drink to
ALL finishers, courtesy of the
Kings Head Pub, East Hoathly, East Sussex.
This year will be the 20th running of the Kings Head Canter 5K. Each year on the August Bank Holiday Monday around 240 runners enjoy the great atmosphere of this well organised event, complete with barbeque and drinks at the finish. And for 2017 the race is again part of the Harvey Curtis Sussex Road Race Challenge.
The 4980 metre point to point course is a SEAA measured undulating rural course with an overall climb of 20 metres, starting in Chiddingly and finishing in East Hoathly.
Jog Shop Brighton vouchers and Kings Head Canter unique trophies for first three finishers in the following categories: Male, Female, and Over 40 Age Graded. (Racemaster98 Age Graded %. Click here to find out more about the Racemaster98 Age Graded % )
Village Team Event. There is a 3 person team competition for people that either live, work or play in East Hoathly. Teams can be made from: an East Hoathly street, a club or business team, or simply a team of friends and family. No matter what age, the result is calculated using Racemaster98 age graded %.
Canter for Sight. Team Canter for Sight are again taking part in the Kings Head Canter 5K, to raise money for RP Fighting Blindness. To find out more about Team Canter for Sight and the RP Fighting Blindness charity, which the team raises funds for, click here to view the Canter for Sight JustGiving page.
Team Canter for Sight
The Kings Head Canter 5K is organised by the East Hoathly and Halland Carnival Society. Any money raised from the race is used to help organise the spectacular Carnival that takes place in November each year. An event well worth attending!
Photos from the EH&HCS Carnival (Thanks to 'Jimmy the Snaps' for the photos).