Today saw the Clarendon Marathon 2021 go ahead with great success. It’s an event that is organised and run through a collaboration of volunteers from Sarum Rotary, Winchester Rotary and Salisbury Rotary.
The event saw hundreds of participants running the course from Salisbury, through the Clarendon Estate, to Winchester, following a path once taken by ancient kings and queens of England.
It included a full marathon, a half-marathon, a 5km and a relay, all of which help raise much-needed money for charities across the region.
Feedback from runners this year was just as positive as always, with many of them looking forward to the event months in advance.
More information about the number of competitors, winners and monies raised will be released in the coming days.
One of the competitors this year was Salisbury teenager, Cameron Jacobs, who Sarum Rotary awarded a full scholarship to the True Athlete Project’s world-class mentoring programme in January. Under the programme, Cameron has been assigned Paralympic gold-medal winning, Chris Skelley, as his mentor for a full 12 months.