Only 100 days until Robin Hood Half Marathon returns to Nottingham

General view of runners at the start line
-Credit: (Image: Robin Hood Marathon Events)

There are only 100 days to go until the Robin Hood Half Marathon returns to Nottingham. The city's streets will be full of runners on September 29, 2024, with more than 10,000 participants expected to take part in this year's half and mini-marathons.

There has been unprecedented interest in this year's event and the atmosphere is expected to be electric. However, due to numbers surpassing those seen in the last decade, Goldline Events is emphasising the importance of early registration.

This is because as entry numbers continue to rise, there may potentially be adjustments to participant limits announced. Now that the 100-day countdown has officially begun, organisers have revealed the 2024 race medal, which features a striking stag motif.

The 2024 Robin Hood Half Marathon medal
The 2024 Robin Hood Half Marathon medal

The stag symbolises Nottingham's historical ties with the animal and the race route through Wollaton Park. Judith Manson, race director, said: “This event celebrates the unity of Nottingham’s running community and showcases the spirit of camaraderie among participants of all ages and abilities. We are excited to deliver an unforgettable race day experience for our runners and residents alike.”

"The Robin Hood Half and Mini Marathons are not just races - they are a testament to Nottingham’s vibrant community spirit and commitment to fitness and wellbeing."

She continued: "As the city gears up for another spectacular event, anticipation is building for what promises to be a memorable day for all involved." More information on the Robin Hood Half Marathon and how to register can be found here.