Virtually Running Together


Missing your work mates, family and friends? It’s time to get that sense of togetherness back.

So why not enter ‘Run Everyone,’ Cambridge’s biggest event this March? Sign up your organisation or business, choose your charity, invite people to join your team and get training for March. You will have the opportunity to participate in the challenges below and you will have the whole of March to complete it.

This is open to everyone, from first time runners to seasoned athletes, you can run every day or just one day, every run counts. Everyone will get a t-shirt and medal for competing and if you’re good enough, your team might even get to the top of the leaderboard.

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Who is this event for?

This event is for businesses, organisations, groups and charities of any size. We are hoping that workplaces, gyms, running groups, charities and many other groups of friends and colleagues will enter for the chance to compete against each other and their competitors!

How much does it cost?

The cost is £25 per team member.

What do I get?

Bespoke running top sent to your home before March.
Fantastic technology, creating exciting leaderboards and interactive maps.
Quality medal sent to your home following the event.
Opportunity to earn virtual goody bags, as your organisation clocks up the KM’s. As your team reaches milestones, the whole team will receive the virtual goody bag. These will contain vouchers and special offers.

How do I enter?

Please read the ‘How to’ guide above and then you can create your team by clicking on the ‘Enter Now’ link above. If you have any questions, please get in touch using the contact form below or by emailing
If you are a large organisation and need to pay on an invoice, please email and we will send you the paperwork for that (Just two short forms). Once payment is processed, we will send your team manager the details of how to get everyone registered.

What is the format?

The event will take place over the month of March 2021 with each team member being entered automatically for both of the two categories available, namely most KM run or fastest Half Marathon. If you don’t complete a half marathon that is fine, but if you do it will automatically put you onto the leaderboard. You must do exactly 13.1 miles
Depending on the distances you run, you will then potentially be competing under 6 leaderboards.

  1. Most members entered per organisation (All)
  2. Most KM per organisation (All)
  3. Most KM per individual (All)
  4. Fastest individual (Half Marathon only)
  5. Fastest 4 per team (Half Marathon only)
  6. Most money raised (All, through Just Giving)

In the most KM completed category, the minimum distance that needs to be covered to register on the leader board is 100m, so you could include children or those that are unable to complete a Half Marathon. You could be surprised by how far they cover over the course of the month!

What's the minimum age to enter?

The minimum age for this event is 4 years.
UKA rules state that the youngest age you can complete a Half Marathon is 17, and the live event has this as a minimum, but obviously this is a virtual event and there are young athletes that are exceptions to this. We do ask that younger athletes are monitored for their safety.

Can I race as a wheelchair athlete?


Can I run with my child in a buggy?


How do I get my race pack?

Your running top will be sent out during February to the address that you give us when you complete your entry or as quickly as possible if you enter during March.
Medals will be sent out during April.
It is your responsibility to check that we have the correct address for you. The details we have will be on your confirmation email. Please notify any changes as soon as possible to or by calling 01522 699950. Replacement packs issued due to incorrect information will need to be paid for at a cost of £10.

Can I transfer my place?

You can transfer your place within your organisation only, until 7 days before the start of the event (22 February) by contacting OSB Events at If your race pack has already been posted to you it will be your responsibility to pass it on to the new athlete.

I can’t find anyone to transfer my place to, can I withdraw and get a refund?

Up until 31 December 2020 you will be eligible for a 50% refund of your entry fee, in order to receive this, you need to contact us at
From 1 January 2021 unfortunately, no refunds will be made, however, you can still receive your event top.

When does the race start?

The race starts on 1 March 2021 and finishes at Midnight on 31 March 2021. You can run as few or as many times as you want over the month, but all data must be entered/uploaded by midnight on 31 March 2021 to count. So, if you are running last minute allow yourself time to get the data in!

How do I enter my run data?

If you use a Garmin device you can link your Garmin Connect account to Resultsbase and your data will automatically be added to the system and the appropriate leaderboards. Unfortunately, we cannot at this time connect to Strava, but we are working on it!
If you do not use a Garmin you will need to upload your data manually at the website. You will need to submit evidence, such as a picture of your fitness device or a screenshot of your Strava entry.
We will be adding a link to the Resultsbase page when the event starts, to make it easy for you to find.

How can my business get involved?

You can enter a team or you can contact us about providing a voucher as part of the virtual goody bag offer, or the Unlock Cambridge offer for the live event in October. Please contact if you would like to be part of either event offer.

Can I take part if I run on a treadmill?

Absolutely! You can run outside, on a treadmill, or even around your living room. We don’t mind, every km counts.



Make your miles matter by supporting one of our amazing charities. Scroll down to see our full list of official charities!

Headline Charity Partner

We’re the only ones fighting over 200 cancers, including the 1 that matters most to you. Our life-saving work is funded entirely by the generosity of our supporters, so every step we make towards beating cancer relies on every pound, and every runner.

Thanks to our amazing supporters, survival rates across all forms of cancer have doubled in the last 40 years, but we can’t stop there. Our ambition is to accelerate progress and see three quarters of patients surviving cancer within the next 20 years.


National Charity Partners

Alzheimer’s Research UK is the UK’s leading dementia research charity dedicated to diagnosis, prevention, treatment and cure.

Backed by our passionate scientists and supporters, we’re challenging the way people think about dementia, bringing together the people and organisations who can speed up progress, and investing in research to make life-changing breakthroughs possible.


At Macmillan, we give people with cancer everything we’ve got. If you’re diagnosed, your worries are our worries. We will move mountains to help you live life as fully as you can. And we don’t stop there. We’re going all out to find ever better ways to help people with cancer, helping to bring forward the day when everyone gets life-transforming support from day one.


The Charlie Waller Trust is a leading mental health charity which focuses on young people’s mental well-being.

With 1 in 10 young people experiencing mental health difficulties, and the inevitable impact of Covid-19 on mental wellbeing, the charity’s work has never been more important. The Charlie Waller Trust gives young people the tools to take care of their own mental health.

We also train and educate those people best placed to spot when a young person might be in trouble and offer the necessary support, such as parents, teachers, university staff and line managers.


We’re the UK charity for over 70,000 children and adults living with muscle-wasting conditions. There is currently no cure and in many cases, it shortens lives. We fund world-class research and provide vital support, services and opportunities to people with a muscle-wasting condition to ensure they’re able to live well. #MusclesMatter


Local Charity Partners

In the UK, 1 in 5 women aged 16-59 have experienced some kind of sexual violence. Every year, Cambridge Rape Crisis Centre supports more than 1,000 local women and girls to not only cope and recover from the impacts of sexual violence but to go on to flourish and thrive. We offer free specialist support services including a confidential helpline, email support, advocacy and counselling, and raise awareness of sexual violence, its prevalence and effects. Our work is only possible because of our incredible supporters. Each and every runner joining us makes a huge difference for women and girls across Cambridgeshire who have been impacted by rape, child sexual abuse and sexual violence, giving them support at a time when they need it most.


Tom’s Trust aims to ensure all children diagnosed with brain tumours in the UK have access to in-depth mental health support following diagnosis, through treatment and beyond. We currently support 301 children and we support countless numbers of their families too.


Over 50% of the 6.5 million people with an impairment in the UK are keen to play sport with non-disabled people. Our mission is to embed inclusive sport in the sporting, education and community landscapes, particularly in Cambridgeshire and the surrounding counties, ensuring “No one is left on the Bench!”


CPSL Mind supports people with mental health problems across Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and South Lincolnshire. In 2019/20 we provided 19,390 hours of 1-2-1 support. Services include; crisis support, counselling, workshops & peer support groups, 1-2-1 support, community development and mental health training. We promote positive wellbeing and campaign against the stigma & discrimination faced by so many.




If you’re a charity that would like to hear more about the opportunity to be associated with the TTP Cambridge Half Marathon and Run Everyone we would like to hear from you.




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