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Bath Half Marathon 2024


Date and time:
Sunday 17 March 2024
12:00 - 12:00

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Event Details

Run in the home city of our charity

Have you ever wanted to represent us in the home city of the charity?

Now’s your chance. Tick something off your bucket list and join our team for the 2024 Bath Half marathon.

We have 10 spaces available, and we’re looking for people to don our charity colours and light up the roads of Bath this March.

Join our 2024 team and help us be there for the over three and a half million people in the UK living with osteoporosis.

Registration fee - £35

Minimum sponsorship target - £200

A runner representing ROS
Bath Half marathon 2024 logo

The event

The Bath Half marathon is an iconic UK race, known for it’s flat and fast route. You’ll join thousands of others as you race through the heart of the World Heritage City of Bath. The Bath Half boasts it’s suitability for all types of runners – whether you’re novice runner taking on your first half marathon, or a seasoned runner completing your 10th race, we guarantee you will have a day to remember.

The race consists of two loops of a safe, traffic free route. You’ll be cheered on every step of the way.

Over the years, this locally loved event has raised £30 million pounds for charity. We can’t wait to join in the fun this year – will you be joining us?

Why join our team?

  • You'll get your very own colourful running vest.
  • Receive expert fundraising advice from our dedicated team.
  • You'll be invited to our exclusive, pre-event celebration for you and your family in our Bath offices, with a chance to hear about the impact your fundraising will make.
  • You'll be cheered on by friendly faces on the race route at our cheer point.
  • Feature in our 2024 team photograph.
  • Photo opportunities, snacks, and more at our charity stall on the day.

Places are first come, first serve. Apply below to be in with the chance of joining our team!

No programme available.

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