Great Manchester Run Half Marathon
Get your own place
- Sign up at the Great Manchester Half Marathon website
- Get a sponsorship pack from us
- Get set and go!
Get a charity place
You can register for a £20 charity place through us when you pledge to raise a minimum of £250 in sponsorship
Got a place already?
Request your sponsorship pack and join our team.
Help out on the day
The brand new Great Manchester Run Half Marathon 2017 is a fantastic 13.1 mile route taking in the Etihad Stadium, Old Trafford & the Mancunian Way.
The Great Manchester Run Half Marathon is one of the newest Great Run events and with live bands and Cancer Research UK cheer points along route, it is the perfect event for taking the next step on your running journey.
The start line is on Portland Street near the junction with Oxford Street and will take in the views of Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium, the award-winning Imperial War Museum and The Lowry. You will also pass the famous cobbles of Coronation Street’s new set and the remarkable landmark the Beetham Tower, the 47-storey skyscraper which almost marks the finish line.
If you don’t feel ready for the half marathon then don’t worry as The Great Manchester Run 10k takes place on the same day and entries are now open.
All the money raised from this event, again, will be used to fund research in the Manchester area, for more information on the work Cancer Researck UK does in Manchester please click here.
Sooner or later we will beat cancer, help us make it sooner by securing your place today.
Race day information
On the day we will be out on the course at our charity cheer bus ready and waiting to scream your name, so make sure you keep an eye out as you run the course. After you have finished make sure you join us at our postrace reception, where we can congratulate you personally.
Any questions? Click here to read our most frequently asked questions, which should provide you with all the information you need. Or, you can contact the Sports Team on 0300 123 5461.
Did you know...
Cancer Research UK discovered a protein called p53, the ‘guardian of the genome’ that helps to protect our cells from becoming cancerous.