Win Wednesday half marathon race place giveaway - Women's Running

Win Wednesday race place giveaway

Author: Women's Running Magazine

Read Time:   |  March 24, 2015

Laureus Brighton Vitality Training

We’ve teamed up with Laureus Sport for Good Foundation and the Vitality Run Series to offer you the chance to win a place in the North London Half Marathon. The place comes with a personal training programme designed by elite multisport athlete Martin Yelling to help you prepare for race day, plus a £20 Sweatshop voucher to treat yourself to some new kit.

The North London Half Marathon, which takes place Sunday 15th March 2015, is a stadium to stadium race, taking place from Saracens’ Allianz Park through the grounds of Wembley Stadium and back to Allianz Park. World, double Olympic and six-time European Champion Mo Farah is also the official race ambassador, not only starting the race but greeting runners and presenting trophies to the men’s, women’s and wheelchair race winners.

The Vitality North London Half Marathon is ideally timed as a training run for the Virgin Money London Marathon, taking place just six weeks before this year. If you’re training for a Spring Marathon this year, or you are a regular half marathon runner, then this competition is ideal for you.

The Laureus Sport for Good Foundation is the official charity partner to the Vitality Run Series, which includes seven half marathons and one 10k in 2015. Funds raised by Laureus runners will go towards training 1,000 sports coaches, working with 100,000 young people in the UK, using the power of sport to change their lives. To run for the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation at any of the races on the Vitality Run Series visit www.laureus.com/run

Follow @LaureusSport for updates from the #TeamSportForGood team.

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