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Sunday 2nd March 2014


The Eastbourne Half Marathon, now in its tenth year is planned to be even bigger and better than previous years. Following the huge success of 2013 we are hoping to attract over 2000 entrants. After the success following the new unique Fitness Boot Camp – a friendly and fun group offering a training programme and help for beginners or anyone who enjoys training with others (see help with with training).

The Eastbourne Half is very much a community event and is most definitely aimed at runners of all abilities. We as organisers are just as excited at seeing the last person finish as we are the first; so why not set yourself the challenge for 2014. Get out your running shoes and get training.

Also new for this year we have more bands and entertainment along the route offering encouragement and we will have ‘pacers’ to help you achieve your set goal or PB.

The ethos behind the Eastbourne Half Marathon is to raise money for charities and local good causes. Over the years we have given directly to charity over £110,000 and much, much more has been raised for entrants’ own personal charities. Please do download a sponsor form and run for a good cause.

If you are coming to Eastbourne for the week-end we have put together some great packages offering accommodation. (click here for more details). Entries are now open by post or online, so sign up now and we look forward to seeing you on Sunday 2nd March 2014, no doubt a beautiful spring morning !!!



 



 
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