Starting and finishing in Verulamium Park, the St Albans Half Marathon will take you through the stunning country lanes of St Albans. Although you may come across a hill or two, the view from the top makes it worthwhile.
St Albans Half Marathon is an inclusive event suitable for anyone who wants to challenge themselves. There are a variety of races available on the day for all abilities:
8:30 AM - Walking Half Marathon
8:50 AM - 5K Race
9:50 AM - Wheelchair Half Marathon
10:00 AM - Half Marathon
10:15 AM - 1.5 mile Fun Run
To take part in the St Albans Half Marathon in aid of Teens Unite, please register your interest using the button on the right.
To help with your fundraising, why not setup a Just Giving page – www.justgiving.com/teensunite
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