Spectrum Cambridge are delighted to have teamed up with The Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon for the coming years.
Are you interested in running The Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon 2020 for Spectrum?
The Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon 2019 is done and dusted but if you would are interested in running the 2020 race for Spectrum, in one of our Charity Gold Bond places, you can register your interest here!
An outline of the expected criteria for running for Spectrum in 2020. More information will follow in the summer.
- Our sign up process is an initial non-refundable £25 registration to secure your place and a commitment to raise a minimum of £250 for Spectrum
- You will receive a FREE Spectrum running top or tshirt as you prefer
- Spectrum will support your fundraising efforts with you via social media and digital means, including graphics if you require them
Your fundraising efforts will go directly towards the events, projects and support that we provide for children with Autism, additional needs and disabilities in the local area alongside their families and carers.
For more information in regard to running for us, any other fundraiser or general enquiry, please contact the Spectrum team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01223 944505
Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon Overview
Since the inaugural event in 2012, the Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon has established itself as one of the UK’s biggest and most beautiful closed road Half Marathons. The 2019 event is taking place on Sunday March 3 and promises to be the best to date!
The flat, single loop 13.1 mile course will take 10,000 runners of all ability levels on a scenic tour of the beautiful city of Cambridge. Starting and finishing on Midsummer Common, the route winds through the centre of this historic university city, passing the Round Church, Kings College, Fitzwilliam Museum and The Backs, to name just a few iconic Cambridge landmarks.
The Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon typically sells out extremely quickly. Securing your place on the start line via Spectrum is a great option.