A medal will be awarded to each entrant who finishes the race:
The medal for the inaugural race, held in 2016, depicted Thomas Walsingham being knighted by Queen Elizabeth I in 1597. The route includes Scadbury Nature Reserve which was then home to the Walsingham family.
The 2017 medal depicts Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney together with Frognal Manor House, near Frognal corner on the Chislehurst Half Marathon course, which was the Townshend family home for several generations.
The 2018 medal depicts Sir Charles Pratt, 1st Earl Camden.
The 2019 medal depicts Emperor of France Napoleon 111 who lived at Camden Place in 1870 following defeat and excommunication from France after the Battle of Sedan until his death in 1873.
The 2020 and 2021 races did not take place due to Covid restrictions.
The 2022 will depict the Empress Eugenie, spouse of Napoleon, who lived at Camden Place.
Trophies will be awarded as follows:
If an age related runner (men over 40 and and women over 35) finishes in the first three in the general classification, the age category trophy is then attributed to the next finisher in that category.
Please note that only one individual trophy will be awarded to any one finisher.