Entries for April's Plymouth Half. Marathon are nearing the 2500 mark according to race organisers. GO2 has revealed that over 2300 has confirmed entries for the event in Devon's maritime city in three months’ time.
Jamie Warren at GO2, said: "We have been blown away by the quantity of entrants to Plymouth’s Half Marathon this year and we are well on track to make Sunday 19 April a record breaking event, not just for runners but in Plymouth’s Half Marathon history!
"Many runners enjoyed a hugely successful 10k last year and want to challenge themselves in the New Year with a 13.1 mile challenge, proving once you have caught the running bug it’s hard to shake off!
“Whether your goal is to get fit, fundraise, beat your personal best or have fun with friends, Plymouth’s Half Marathon is a popular and welcoming race where you can start to tick off those New Year’s resolutions!”
The route boasts charming coastal paths, a flat harbour section, beautiful National Trust grounds of Saltram Park and runners can finish off at the iconic Hoe, where you can expect thousands of supporters are expected to cheer finishers across the line.
To enter visit the event website where fees are £32.00 for affiliated and £34.00 for unaffiliated.