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Teddy Hall relays 2020 – results and photos

Thank you to all those who competed in and helped at the Teddy Hall Relays yesterday! We hope that you had a good time at the race itself, and enjoyed the post race tea as well. It was a pleasure to welcome you to Iffley Road, and we’d love to have you back again next year!
Results are now available on the Tempo Events website, here Congratulations to the overall winning teams DTP-CCC Women, OUCCC Mixed and RAF A, and well done to everyone who took part!
We were fortunate to have the fantastic Barry Cornelius taking photos at the event, which can be found here These photos are free to download, but if you put one of them somewhere public (including on social media), then please add the credit ‘Photo by Barry Cornelius’.
If you have any comments about anything to do with today’s event at all (either positive or negative), then please just get in touch. We’re always looking for ways to improve the event, so would love to hear from you!

Teddy Hall relays 2022 – 9th March

Entries to this event are now open here: 

The highly anticipated ‘Teddy Hall relays’ will of course be returning this year. It will be held on Wednesday 9th March.

Races will start and finish at the iconic Iffley Road Track, the site of Roger Bannister’s famous 4 minute mile. The format remains unchanged from previous years, comprising a relay of 4x 4.35 mile scenic legs around the centre of Oxford. Runners (students and non-students) of all abilities are welcome.

As with previous years there are categories for women’s, men’s and mixed teams, all of which will be contested over 4 legs.


Date: Wednesday, March 9th 2022

Location: Iffley Road Track

Registration Time: 12:00-13:15pm

Race Times: All races will begin at 13:30pm

Each leg: 4.35 miles, starting and finishing at the track

Cost: only £10 per runner!

Free tea afterwards at Teddy Hall and prizes for category winners.

All teams are of 4 legs. The Mixed category is awarded to teams of 2 male and 2 female athletes; teams of any composition are welcome to enter in the Men’s/ Open category.


The course will follow the same route as in previous years. You can view the map below.

For more information, contact, follow the event’s facebook page, or message organisers Oliver Paulin or Joe Morrow.

And for more details from last year see here

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