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Cambridge Half Marathon returns with new route





The TTP Cambridge Half Marathon returns on Sunday, 3 March with a new route.

The run, which 16,500 entrants have signed up for, will now go through Trinity and St John’s colleges, as well as those already on the route: Jesus and King’s colleges.

A previous Cambridge Half Marathon. Picture: Keith Heppell
A previous Cambridge Half Marathon. Picture: Keith Heppell

The additions to the 13.1 mile-long route mean runners will pass the Bridge of Sighs and the Wren Library.

The course will retain its path through the city centre. There are 60 charities set to benefit from this year’s event, and more than £800,000 is expected to be raised.

The event sold out in three weeks and the majority of places for charity fundraisers have also been snapped up. It may still be possible to take part by entering the business challenge.

A previous Cambridge Half Marathon. Picture: Keith Heppell
A previous Cambridge Half Marathon. Picture: Keith Heppell

Iain Hamilton, race director, said: “We are overwhelmed to have sold out all entries in just three weeks, highlighting our event’s growing popularity as one of the country’s most prestigious half marathons.

“Our new route will offer runners the chance to explore the historic streets of Cambridge. We continue to believe that sustainability and environmental responsibility are crucial values.”

A previous Cambridge Half Marathon. Picture: Keith Heppell
A previous Cambridge Half Marathon. Picture: Keith Heppell

[Read more: 100 pictures as 15,000 runners take part in 2023 TTP Cambridge Half Marathon]

For more information, visit cambridgehalfmarathon.com.



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