Dementia Jersey Half Marathon 2023 Race Report

Race Report

There were convincing wins on Sunday morning in the Dementia Jersey Half Marathon 2023 for both George Rice and Olivia Shanks.

The race started and finished on the track at the FB Fields and passed through 3 parishes in the east of the island.

The weather was cloudy for the 9am start but when the sunshine appeared the temperature heated up making the race quite challenging for the competitors.

Runner up to Rice in the men’s race was Josh Brien with James Oliver finishing in third place.

Second position for the ladies went to Jess Troy with Fran Monticelli gaining the third spot.

There were age group wins for-
Paul Duxbury ( M40+ )
Phil Ahier ( M50+ )
Paul Bish ( M60+ )
Bernie Arthur ( M70+ )
Norma Mahony ( F40+ )
Sylvia Thompson ( F50+ )
Jane Bisson ( F60+ )

We are pleased to announce that together we have raised over £2,000 for Dementia Jersey.

Many thanks to all the sponsors, marshals, timekeepers and helpers in what was a very successful event.

Race Results

Please find the Race Results here. These will shortly be published on our website and shared on social media. They have also been submitted to RunBritain and should appear on your PowerOf10 at some point over the next week. If you find any issues, please contact us at [email protected].

Future Races

The 2024 edition of the JSAC Half Marathon will take place on Sunday 8th September 2024 and is raising funds for Jersey Cancer Relief. Sign up to the Jersey Cancer Relief Half Marathon 2024 in association with Jersey Spartan AC by clicking here.

Check out our Events Calendar for more racing in 2023.


Overall club sponsor – FCM
Spot prize donors – Royal Yacht Hotel, Pomme D’Or Hotel, JT, Hapi Lifestyle, Rock N Road run co, JEC, Sue’s Fudge,, True Food and Morrisons Daily, Benest.
Cake and refreshment donors – Ransoms Tearoom, Bean Around the World, Flour, Mollies cupcakes, Ceri’s cakes and SCOOP The Sustainable Cooperative.
Volunteer groups – The Rotary Club of Jersey, Jersey Girls Run and Jersey Run Club (and all the generous individuals who gave up their time!)
Photography – Francis Raffay

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