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Pre-registration opens for Cambridge Half Marathon 2021 as new race partner announced

Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon 2020. Picture: Keith Heppell. (42933263)
Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon 2020. Picture: Keith Heppell. (42933263)

Plans are under way for next year’s Cambridge Half Marathon with pre-registration now open for the race.

Organisers have also announced that Cambridgeshire-based independent technology company, TTP, has become the title partner of the event, which marks its 10th anniversary in 2021.

The event was able to go ahead this year having been held just before lockdown came into force.

And organisers are hoping the race will be able to go ahead next year. Anyone wanting to take part can sign up by visiting cambridgehalfmarathon.com - pre-registering will mean they will be the first to hear the latest event updates, including the confirmed 2021 race date.

Sam Zacherino, head of marketing and communications at TTP, said: “The Cambridge Half Marathon has always been about people coming together to take on a challenge. That reflects exactly what TTP is all about and the way we work together to find solutions to some of the biggest technology problems.

“Cambridge is our home and, in a year when we’ve all missed that opportunity to come together, we’re really pleased to be able to be a part of something that we can all look forward to in 2021 and beyond.

“We can’t wait to see everyone on the start line next year.”

TTP invents, designs and develops new products and technologies in various industries including health, telecoms, industrials and consumer.

Adam Moffat, event director of the event, said: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome TTP as title partner of the TTP Cambridge Half Marathon, showcasing their support for the event for the next three years. TTP has exceptionally strong links to our local community and we are looking forward to working with them to ensure we have a safe, and successful race in 2021.”

Last year’s race raised nearly half a million pounds for charity and contributed nearly one million pounds to the local Cambridgeshire economy, the organisers said.

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