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Brighton Marathon

This is one of the flatter UK marathons, with the route taking you around the sights of the city, before you race down the home straight towards the pier and the finish line.

The Brighton Marathon starts with a loop of picturesque Preston Park and then takes in the best of the city centre, including the iconic Brighton Pavilion. Heading east along the scenic coast road, runners get panoramic views of the English Channel and glorious glimpses of the South Downs.

The course, on traffic-free tarmac roads and along the Hove Promenade, is fast. Crowds line most of the route and in places give the Brighton Marathon an atmosphere unmatched anywhere else in the world.

Vitality 10k

Once again, we have guaranteed places in the Vitality London 10,000.  It starts and finishes in St. James’s Park, with runners passing many of London’s famous sights, including Westminster Abbey and The Houses of Parliament.  Buckingham Palace acts as the backdrop to the start and finish of this great race.

Great North Run

Now the UK’s biggest and most famous half marathon, the route takes you from Newcastle, over the iconic Tyne Bridge and on to the finish in the picturesque coastal town of South Shields. Around 57,000 runners take part in this fantastic event.

Royal Parks Half Marathon

This gloriously green half marathon, now in its third year is organised by the Royal Parks Foundation.  The race starts and finishes in Hyde Park and is certainly not one to miss! The route will take you past some of London’s most iconic features including Big Ben, the London Eye and Buckingham Palace.

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