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ROUTE FOR TTP CAMBRIDGE HALF MARATHON 2021 CONFIRMED

After confirming the 17 October event will be able to operate at full capacity, TTP Cambridge Half Marathon can now confirm the stunning 13.1-mile route the participants will endure in Autumn.   For previous runners, there will be numerous familiarities with areas of the route maintaining a mixture of beautiful countryside and thriving city centre […]

15,000 set to participate in 2021 TTP Cambridge Half Marathon

TTP Cambridge Half Marathon has today confirmed that the 2021 race will operate at full capacity, following consultation with Cambridge City Council’s safety advisory group. 15,000 runners are expected to cross the start line on Sunday 17 October, concluding the eagerly anticipated Cambridge Festival of Running weekend in partnership with MDUK’s Town and Gown 10k. […]

Run Everyone training tips

Getting started…where to begin? So, you’re running in the Run Everyone event this March! Where to start? The fact you already have a goal is definitely the first step, this gives you the motivation and the determination to see it through to the end. You’re already ahead of the game if you start the journey […]

Reducing Plastic Waste In 2O2O!

There will be no plastic bottles given out on Midsummer Common or from the first Drink Station on course.  Those of you happy to run with a reusable bottle please bring it along and fill it up from the event village, drink station 1 and the finish area. We understand that not everyone wants to […]

Richard Waller

“Around 22 years ago, my family lost my brother Charlie after he died by suicide at the age of just 28. Charlie had a larger than life personality and everyone he met fell in love with him; we were devastated by the loss and feel passionately that more work needs to be done to recognise, […]

How To Build Your Training With Running With Us

The Half Marathon Journey Keeping your training in balance and enjoyable will ensure you arrive at race day fit, positive and having learnt loads about yourself, both physically and emotionally. Check out the Running With Us team’s top tips for building your training and ensuring you arrive at the start line on Sunday 8 March […]

1O top tips to Surviving the Festive Period

Mince pies are on the shelf, Slade is already being piped into the shops and the festive period is now just around the corner. Here are our top ten tips for making the most of this wonderful time of year AND training successfully! 1) One of the wonderful things about running regularly is that it allows […]

Shaun Whiter

I was hit by a drunk driver which resulted in me losing my legs a couple of years ago. I have done extensive rehabilitation and got back upright and am now in a position where I run on funky running blades. But sadly, during the time I was going through my rehabilitation, I was not […]

Claire Langston

My grandfather suffered from Alzheimer’s and I saw the frustration that it caused for so many – my grandfather, his family, friends and carers. It was so sad when I went to visit him in his care home with my husband and baby son. He didn’t really know who I was, let alone have any […]