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www.edinburgh-marathon.com 2014 promises to be a massive year for sport in Scotland. But don’t just be a spectator, you too can be part of a top sporting occasion, guaranteed, by entering the Edinburgh Marathon Festival on May 24/25 2014! The Edinburgh Marathon Festival is Scotland’s largest festival of running. The course was voted the fastest marathon in the UK and Edinburgh the second best city in the UK for runners- so it’s fast, picturesque and flat making it a must-do for runners, fundraisers and anyone looking to set a PB! Sells out every year so on your marks, get set.. enter?! More information here: Edinburgh Marathon Festival 2014 - the next choice after London
www.teachfirst.org Teach First Run 10k - Sunday 22nd September 2013 This stunning 10k run starts at More London and takes in iconic landmarks along the Southbank including Tower Bridge, the Shard and the London Eye. Use the discount code TF10K to save 20% - sign up now! More information here: Teach First Run 10k
www.lochnessmarathon.com Baxters Loch Ness Marathon & Festival of Running - 29th September 2013 With its striking scenery along the shores of Loch Ness, varied routes, rousing support, exceptional organisation and carnival atmosphere, this race has something for everyone. With over 9000 runners expected in 2013, why not make a Highland weekend of it and come with family or friends? And if marathons are not your thing why not enter one of the other races? With the Baxters River Ness 10K, 10K Corporate Challenge, 5K Fun Run and Wee Nessie, there’s a race for all running abilities and ages. Email lochnessmarathon
www.invernesshalfmarathon.co.uk Global Energy Inverness Half Marathon, 5K Team Attack and 5K Fun Run – 9 March 2014 Held in the historic Highland capital on 9th March 2014, the Global Energy Inverness Half Marathon follows a scenic route taking in many of the city’s landmarks. For those who prefer a team approach, the 5k Team Attack offers a fun alternative for groups of friends, clubs or workmates. There is also the 5K Fun Run open to all ages and abilities. More information here: Inverness Half Marathon, 5K Team Attack and 5K Fun Run
www.greatermanchestermarathon.com The Greater Manchester Marathon (GMM) is back for a second year in spring 2013. This popular race has a big city atmosphere and great crowd support. It also offers runners the chance to run past some of the city’s top sights, with the race starting at Old Trafford Stadium the route. This is also a flat, fast race making it a perfect choice for those aiming to run a PB!
www.bathhalf.co.uk The Bath Half Marathon is one of the longest established and most popular city centre road events in the UK. It is also the largest charity fundraising event in the South West region, raising over £1.4 million for charity last year alone.
www.brightonmarathon.co.uk This popular marathon is back for its third year. Touring much of the city of Brighton and Hove, the course takes in the glorious coastal views. There will be bands along the course, to go with the great atmosphere of this vibrant seaside city.
www.humanrace.co.uk The Whole Foods Market Breakfast Run is a perfect warm-up event for the London Marathon and offers the choice of a 16-mile or an 8.2 mile loop from Kingston's historic marketplace to Hampton Court and back. The race starts and finishes around Kingston marketplace and takes in some wonderful sights along the River Thames.
www.runbristol.com With the 2012 sporting focus of the London Olympics and the world’s best of the best competing for a coveted gold medal, people can set their own personal New Year health and fitness challenge by taking part in a runbristol event!
The British 10K London Run is the UK's most prestigious and sought-after 10km road race which is staged on the world's greatest route through the heart of central London. 25,000 runners fill the streets of the nation's capital and get the unique chance to run past many of the country's greatest landmarks.
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series is the ‘World’s Largest Running Series’ with more than 500,000 people taking part in 26 North American cities each year. The series enjoys great appeal for the destination athlete, tremendous local support and has firmly established itself as a dynamic running platform.
Runners from across the country head to Leeds each year to be a part of Yorkshire's biggest running event and 2012 will be no different. Experience it for yourself. Profits from the Leeds 10K will be donated to the Jane Tomlinson Appeal.
www.miltonkeynesmarathon.co.uk With 4,500 acres of woodlands, lakesides, parks and landscaped areas within the city boundary, Milton Keynes is the ideal venue for a Green Marathon. The course is traffic free on closed roads and cycle paths or “redways” as they are known locally and without any significant incline there is real PB potential for all participants.