London Landmarks Half Marathon
We’re looking for 50 runners to take part in the London Landmark Half Marathon on 23 May! Get set for a unique opportunity to take part in a special race and fundraise for a hunger free future.
Deep RiverRock Belfast City Marathon
Hit the streets of Belfast and see the fantastic sites of the city with plenty of enthusiastic support along the route.
Take a beautiful and iconic venue, wait until dusk, get everyone together, dig out your fluorescent outfit and grab everything and anything that glows. Then set off on a Supernova 5K!
This is one of the fastest, flattest and friendliest marathons in the UK, making it perfect if you want to set a personal best of if you’re a first time marathon runner.
Reading Half Marathon
Starting in the stunning parkland of Green Park, this year the race will take you through the beautiful grounds of the University campus before you head through the crowd packed streets of Reading Town Centre. The final straight takes you into the magnificent Madejski Stadium.
Belfast City Marathon
There really is something for everyone, from the Team Relay, 8 Mile Walk, 5k Fun Run or the full Marathon!
Hackney Festival of Fitness is a three-day series of events, including the Hackney Half, fun runs, live bands and over 72 fitness activities on Hackney Marshes. This really is a festival for all!
Rock ‘n’ Roll Liverpool Marathon
This outstanding course takes a scenic tour of Liverpool, starting at the Albert Dock on the waterfront before heading off towards Penny Lane and the World Famous home of The Beatles – The Cavern Club. There is music all the way along the route, making this a truly spectacular event.
Edinburgh Marathon Festival
Be part of Scotland’s BIGGEST weekend of running. Whether it’s a full marathon, half marathon, team relay, 10k, 5k or junior races you’re after – the Edinburgh Marathon Festival has it all.
Great Manchester Run
With live bands, DJs and multiple music zones adding to the amazing atmosphere, you’ll be sure to have an amazing time with Team Trussell on this run.
Run on part of the Olympic marathon course and past iconic London landmarks.
Join runners of all abilities to unite in one of the world’s most inclusive and diverse cities to celebrate the things that bring us together.
NYBC Global Energy Race
Come along with your family for NYBC’s Global Energy Race. Join NYBC employees, South Yorkshire residents and running enthusiasts from across the country at the Rother Valley Park, Sheffield. Different race lengths are available making it accessible to all.
Bournemouth Marathon Weekend
Take part in the Run Bournemouth weekend and you’ll be treated to idyllic sandy beaches, stunning seafront views, and picturesque coastal race route. With three different distances available, all promising a flat and fast race, there’s something for all levels of runners.
Cardiff Half Marathon
Cheered on by huge crowds, you’ll be passing iconic buildings in the Welsh capital such as the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Bay and Penarth Marina, before a grandstand finish in the centre of the city. On a flat and fast course, it’s a fantastic event for both first time runners and those looking to set a personal best.
Royal Parks Half Marathon
Take part in this spectacular half marathon on closed roads in the centre of London. The 13.1 mile course will take you past world famous landmarks, and through four of the beautiful Royal Parks.
Wiggle Manchester Half
The Wiggle Manchester Half Marathon is a 13.1 mile run that takes place every October, starting and finishing by Old Trafford, and is one of the biggest half marathons in the region attracting over 13,000 runners of all abilities ever year.
Great Birmingham Run
Take on this incredible run alongside elite athletes whilst passing famous landmarks in the heart of Birmingham.
Simplyhealth Great South Run
Running through historic Portsmouth Dockyard, the iconic Spinnaker Tower and finishing with beautiful views of the Isle of Wight. Previous athletes who have enjoyed this special challenge include Sonia O’Sullivan, Paula Radcliffe MBE and Sir Mo Farah.