Since the inaugural event in 2012, the Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon has established itself as one of the UK’s biggest and most beautiful half marathons. The 2020 event is set to be the biggest and best yet and is taking place on Sunday, March 8. Run through this historic University City and take in some of the best sites from across the City Of Cambridge including the Round Church, King’s College and the Fitzwilliam Museum. The below route is from the 2019 race. Please note that in 2020 this route is subject to change. The course will be a new one-lap loop starting on Victoria Avenue, with Midsummer Common being the main event hub. It will head through the centre of Cambridge; past the Round Church, Kings College, Fitzwilliam Museum and along The Backs. The new section will see runners head out of the city along Trumpington Road, through Grantchester and back into the city along the Barton Road.
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One of the best goodie bags I've ever received at the end of a race (Quavers!), but I do feel for the cost of race entry that they could have included a t-shirt. The race village at the start is also one of the better ones I've seen at half marathon events. Great views of...Read full review
I do have a bit of an odd relationship with this event.. This is the 3rd year now i have ran it as a training run for Spring marathons and it is ideal for that although also slightly envious of those running super-fast time as it is a fast course if you can get clear road ahead ...Read full review
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