The event will take place on Sunday 9 March 2025 and is ideal for those tackling their first 13.1 mile event and those looking for a PB.

You’ll get plenty of support out on the course with multiple aid stations, pacers and fantastic crowds.

The Event Village is on Midsummer Common in the centre of Cambridge. Facilities include bag storage, bike park, water refill points, toilets and refreshments. There is no parking on site and we encourage athletes to walk, cycle or use the special event Park & Ride service.

Race packs must be collected on the Friday or Saturday before the event or they can be posted in advance. The race starts at 9:30am however not all runners start at the same time. Runners are organised into waves depending on their estimated finish times.



There are three ways to enter the TTP Cambridge Half Marathon:

  • General entries – Standard and VIP
  • Official Charity Partner entries
  • Business Challenge entries


General entries will be opened for sale later this year. Pre-register by signing up to our mailing list. This will give you the best chance of securing your 2025 place as you will hear first about when entries will open and receive details of how to enter. More details of what will be included in the standard and VIP packages will be available soon.

Entering with one of our official charity partners is a fantastic way to secure your 2025 place early and help to raise vital funds. Costs and fundraising requirements vary between charities so you should find something that works for you. If you are a charity and would like to find out more about opportunities available, please get in touch.

Our Business Challenge is ideal for teams looking for a challenge. To find out more about getting your organisation involved, please contact ella.hamilton@teamwass.com




Entrant requirements

Entrants must be 17 years old on or before the date.

We welcome athletes with a disability, but we recommend getting in touch before you enter so we can discuss your needs and ensure our event is suitable. We do not currently have a wheelchair wave due to course logistics but standard chairs (not racing chairs) are welcome in the main field. Sorry but we do not allow running with buggies.

There are cut offs for this event, as a guide you need to be able to complete the course with 3.5 hours. We want everyone to have an enjoyable race however we have commitments to reopen the roads and to our volunteers.