If you were unlucky and missed out on a spot, you can still grab a charity entry and run for one of the official race partners, including Macmillan Cancer Support and Children’s Hospice South West.
Jamie Warren, Head of Marketing at GO2, said: “We are delighted to see that so many runners continue to support Plymouth’s growing half marathon, and the year on year success has led to a race sell out!
“We would now encourage anyone who still had 17th April earmarked to run the event to consider a place with one of our charity partners. We would encourage you to get involved in this wonderful event that brings together the community, and provides a lasting legacy throughout the year!”
There are many additional worthy charities also looking for runner support at Plymouth’s Half Marathon, including Macmillan Cancer Support, Children’s Hospice South West, CLIC Sargent, Coppafeel!, St Luke’s Hospice, and bronze bond charities, Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust and Catholic Children’s Society Plymouth.
More information can be found on the charities page. Make sure you sign up before charity spaces close at midday on Friday 8th April!
Now heading into its 23rd year, Plymouth’s Half Marathon is known for its scenic route and friendly atmosphere.
The 13.1-mile journey will start and finish at The Hoe, with a course that boasts coastal views, the Barbican harbour and even the stunning National Trust grounds of Saltram Park. And you don’t have to run to be a part of something special! Plymouth’s Half Marathon continues to inspire people in many ways to get active and achieve their own personal challenge.