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.
TTP Cambridge Half Marathon ballot entrants have until Monday 31 May to confirm their place before remaining places are offered exclusively to those on the TTP Cambridge Half Marathon database on Wednesday 2 June. You can sign up to the database and access this priority window by clicking here.
Should any remaining places be available, they will then go on public sale Thursday 3 June.
Since its inception in 2012, the TTP Cambridge Half Marathon has become one of the biggest and fastest-selling events in the UK.
The route takes participants through the beautiful city of Cambridge, passing countless historic landmarks, including two iconic colleges of the University of Cambridge.
Commenting on the announcement, Adam Moffat, Event Director of the TTP Cambridge Half Marathon said: “We are incredibly excited that the 2021 TTP Cambridge Half Marathon can operate at full capacity and we are grateful to Cambridge City Council, and Cambridgeshire County Council for helping to make this possible.
“The Cambridge Festival of Running, in partnership with MDUK’s Town and Gown, is something that we can all look forward to as restrictions continue to ease.
“Our priority is to ensure that we operate a safe and successful event, for the 15,000 participants, the spectators, and our amazing volunteers.
“We will be working closely with all of our stakeholders to ensure this year’s event will be one to remember and we cannot wait for TTP Cambridge Half Marathon’s involvement in the Cambridge Festival of Running.”
To access the priority window for general entries on Wednesday 2 June, sign up to the mailing list by clicking here.