As the 25th anniversary race approaches next year, organisers behind the 2015 Brighton Half Marathon have revealed that over 9,000 places have already been snapped up.
Meanwhile, the race was also unveiled as part of the brand-new national Vitality Run Series, which features seven of the UK’s leading major distance races, including the Reading and Bath Half Marathon and British 10K. Event manager Paul Bond commented: “We’re on target to sell out the race in June once again, as we did last year.
“44% of those that have registered so far have never run a half marathon before, so if there are runners out there who are still thinking about it, we’d encourage them to be bold and sign up soon to guarantee their place on the start line on 22 February 2015.”
The general public entry fee is £32 for affiliated runners and £34 for non-affiliated runners, including a goody bag and a medal at the finish. The Brighton Half Marathon is organised by and the main fundraiser for Brighton-based charity The Sussex Beacon, a unique centre providing innovative services to meet the changing needs of people living with HIV.
Visit the event website for further details and to register now.