cambridge half marathon

Since the inaugural event in 2012, the Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon has established itself as one of the UK’s biggest and most beautiful half marathons.

CICRA has a number of Gold Bond places for the Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon on Sunday 3rd March 2019.

The flat, single loop course takes runners on a scenic tour of the beautiful city of Cambridge. Winding through the centre of this historic university city, it passes the Round Church, Kings College, Fitzwilliam Museum and The Backs.

Since the inaugural event in 2012, the Cambridge Half Marathon has established itself as one of the UK’s leading closed road Half Marathons. The event has grown from 3,000 to 10,000 runners and is one of the UK’s fastest selling running events, selling out in just a matter of days.

We invite you to undertake a spectacular flat, fast route with plenty of PB potential through the historic city of Cambridge, with 10,000 runners of all abilities, whilst fundraising for children with Crohn's and colitis.

Demand for entries is higher than ever, therefore we encourage you to secure your places here to begin your spring marathon training!

beautiful scenery: the route will take you on a truly unforgettable journey through the beautiful city of Cambridge, passing countless historic landmarks along the way
flat course: whether you’re a first timer or looking for a PB, our flat course means everyone has the best possible chance of achieving their goals
thousands of runners: With 10,000 participants, the Cambridge Half Marathon is one of the UK’s biggest running events. You’ll definitely make some new friends along the way

CICRA has places available for the Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon and we need YOU to join us and fundraise to help us realise our vision of a childhood unlimited by IBD. Please register your interest by emailing us on fundraising@cicra.org for more information.

CICRA is a charity that receives no government grants and relies entirely on donations and fundraising to deliver our services and fund research.

Your support can make the difference for a young person living with Crohn's and colitis.

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