Join one of Teesside’s most popular annual running events. Starting at Middlesbrough FC’s Riverside Stadium via a route taking in sights such as the iconic Transporter Bridge, Middlesbrough dock and the Temenos sculpture before ending with a big Olympic style lap inside the Riverside Stadium. You even get a chance to go around the hallowed turf of the Boro’s ground and take in the atmosphere of a hundreds of cheering family and friends in the back straight stand.
Run it, jog it, walk it….join 5000 other runners – the run is suitable for all. The route takes in Acklam Road, Ladgate Lane, Marton Road, Marton Burn Road, Emerson Avenue, Green Lane, Acklam Road again and finally Hall Drive.
Would you like to join 57,000 people for the world’s biggest and most iconic half marathon whilst helping to raise funds for us? If so we have a limited number of guaranteed charity places in our Great North Run team so if you’re interested please get in touch on 01609 764936 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Richmond Castle 10K has been a popular Yorkshire race since its establishment on its present course in 2002. The race is limited to 500 runners and this means that entries on the day will only be accepted if this number has not been reached. Early entry is advised. Please check there website for the latest information. The race starts on an area of park land known as “The Batts” and is all on roads apart from a very short section of grass at the start. Runners pass the spectacular Richmond Falls on the River Swale before crossing the river at Green Bridge and climbing Sleegill. A quick look over the shoulder from Sleegill offers fine views of Richmond Castle. Runners are then taken on a short circuit of Catterick Garrison before returning to Richmond and a great finish within the grounds of the castle