Entries for the 2017 Plusnet Yorkshire Half Marathon-Sheffield are now open! Click here to enter.
A major event in the UK's running calendar, the Plusnet Yorkshire Half Marathon-Sheffield which in 2017 takes place on Sunday 9th April at 9.30am - attracts thousands of runners of all abilities and spectators to the city's streets and raises many thousands of pounds for good causes.
With a city centre start and finish, the event boasts a super scenic route - with stunning views of the Peak District for those who conquer the climb to Ringinglow.
And the race even incorporates a 'triple test' giving entrants a chance to be crowned 'King of the Hill' or 'Queen of the Hill' in a timed hill climb, triumph in a 10K largely-downhill sprint section and cross the finish line first to lift the Plusnet Yorkshire Half Marathon-Sheffield title.
Youngsters have the opportunity to be involved by signing up for the event's Arena Group Mini and Junior runs. The mini course covers a distance of 1.5K and is for children aged 3-8, while the 2.5K junior run is for youngsters aged 9-14. Entries for the Sheffield Mini and Junior Run are now closed.
A huge army of volunteers also contribute to ensuring that the event would live long in memory. Their efforts helped create an experience of which the whole of Yorkshire can be proud.
For a glimpse of the 2016 Yorkshire Half Marathon-Sheffield race guide click here.What's Included in my Entry Fee?
Finisher's goody bag
Quality tech T-shirt
Memories of a brilliant day!
The Plusnet Yorkshire Half Marathon - Sheffield boasts one of the most scenic routes in the UK, combining a great city centre start and finish with some of the Peak District's most spectacular views.
Participants take the 'triple test', tackling a timed 'King of the Hill' or 'Queen of the Hill' challenge, a 10K sprint section and the overall half marathon.
The route starts in the heart of the city. Runners then journey along Ecclesall Road before taking a right turn up towards Ringinglow.
Then they run along country roads and on to the famous Norfolk Arms, where the route takes a left turn and offers superb views of the city of Sheffield and the Peak District.
Those views are then left behind as the course heads downhill to the outskirts of Dore, back to Ecclesall Road and on to the grand finish at the Town Hall.
Click here to open the route map in a new window. * Please note, the route is subject to change.
Here was the course profile:
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