TTP CAMBRIDGE HALF MARATHON 2O24
Our 2024 event is fast approaching and we are looking forward to welcoming everyone on Sunday 3 March.
If you are a Cambridge resident, business owner or are planning to travel to the City on the event date, please take a look at our Traffic Information to avoid any delays to journeys on the day.
If you are taking part in the event, our Event Information has everything you need to know about race day.
If you need to purchase Park & Ride tickets or would like to buy official Merchandise, you can do so via our Merchandise page. We also have some fantastic discounts with local businesses available for Cambridge Half Marathon Finishers via Unlock Cambridge.
Entries for 2024 have sold out. For the best chance to secure your place for 2025, you can pre-register by joining our mailing list and be the first to hear when entries will open. Or why not sign up to Volunteer. It’s a great way to enjoy the atmosphere and you’ll get 50% off for our 2025 event as part of our thank you package!
TTP CAMBRIDGE HALF MARATHON 2o24 - NEW ROUTE
The 2024 route will include not one but TWO additional University of Cambridge Colleges. We are delighted to announce runners will now get access to the grounds of St John's College & Trinity College as well as King's College & Jesus College!
The stunning new additions to our route will mean that our runners will pass famous historical landmarks: The Bridge of Sighs and The Wren Library. The course will retain it's renowned path through the city centre, where athletes are cheered by the immense crowds.
Why Take Part?
Take a look at the highlights from our 2o23 event
We’ve been delivering the TTP Cambridge Half Marathon for over a decade – we pride ourselves on hosting a well organised event and we always look to see how we can improve each year. We are committed to improving the sustainability of the event, reducing the impact on the environment and giving back to the communities of this fantastic city.
Running through the university grounds and city was an experience like no other. Course was flat and there were lots of people doing it to keep you motivated. Lots of supporters too in the city bits!