ABP Southampton Marathon Postponed

We at ABP Southampton Marathon are honoured and so proud at the response from our loyal participants – we really appreciate your patience and support that you have all provided during this difficult time.

Running and Mental Health

We asked a Psychology lecturer, practicing clinical psychologist and keen runner to explain to use the benefits of mental health for runners!

20 Events in 2020 with the Whole Family!

The Ginn family are going taking on the challenge of 20 events in 2020 including the ABP Southampton Marathon! Read about the reasons behind the madness plus the cause motivating them to triumph!

Year of The Child - ABP Southampton Fun Run Set To Sell Out

Southampton City Council have dedicated 2020 as The Year of the Child because they are committed to investing in our young people and ensuring they are actively involved in shaping a thriving city where they can enjoy the best quality of life and are able to reach their full potential.

Isle Of Wight Travel Advice

Are you one of the 100 current runners registered as living on the Isle of Wight or considering signing up? we have been working with Red Funnel to provide you with some information to make your journey smoother.

13.1 miles. 53 days until Event Day.

Jeff Parker is set to run his 100th Half marathon at this year's ABP Southampton Half marathon, we asked him to share his tips and tricks that have helped him complete his 99 half marathons.

Top training tips at Meet the Experts

Solent University, the official education partner of the ABP Southampton Marathon, Half Marathon and 10k, have hosted another successful ‘Meet the Experts’ event. The evening took place across the University’s campus with lectures in The Spark, practical demonstrations in the health and fitness centres, and tours of the University’s new Sports Complex.

Southampton Marathon Coronavirus update

The organisers of the ABP Southampton Marathon have been working closely with Southampton City Council and public bodies and we are closely monitoring the situation with regards to the Coronavirus.


Get in touch

If you have any enquiries, feel free to get in touch by sending us an email or calling us on 02380 273657.