We like racing on Coach . They give your training a focus and the event itself is a great day. Fortunately, Britain is crowded with street races, from 5km to marathons, as well as mud runs and adventure races for those who want to get over the road.
If you have itchy, walking-clad feet and want to sign up for something and start a workout plan right now – right now – this summary should be helpful. We will highlight the races that you need to start training for in the next few weeks, and those that have short periods when the ballots are opened or sold out if you wait much longer.
this page as we will update it with new races at the beginning of each month.
The Great North Run
Date: September 8
The ballot for the world's largest half marathon has opened You have until Monday, February 4, time to make sure your name it stands in it. We highly recommend this because the Great North Run offers one of the best atmospheres of any race in the UK, and crowds line the route from Newcastle to the South Shields coastline.
Enter the ballot | £ 56
Run For Chocolate
Dates: Six Events Between January 27th and March 1
This series of 5K races encourages participants to get to the finish line faster Achieve by promising that she is waiting for you a steaming mug of hot chocolate. The races take place from late January to mid-March at half a dozen host cities in the south of England, including Bristol, Southampton and Milton Keynes. If you have started a Couch to 5K campaign plan to start in 2019, this is a fun event to work towards.
Register | £ 25
Sage Reading Half Marathon
Date: March 17
If you already have a Spring Marathon (and if not, we have a good suggestion below) Then it's worth it always to register in mid-March for a half marathon to prepare for the big marathon. The half of the reading offers 15,000 runners a spectacular finish line in Madejski Stadium and the perfect opportunity to check your fitness before a marathon in April.
Login | £ 42.50
Date: April 7
We believe this is the best British alternative to the London Marathon if you could not find a seat at the latter. Given the massive crowds in London and the scorching weather runners that went through the capital last year, the road to Manchester could get a bit harder a little earlier in April. The Manchester Marathon has a fast, flat circuit that starts and ends near Old Trafford. With 16,000 runners, it is big enough to enjoy a breathtaking atmosphere without being so big that you are overwhelmed by the crowd. The race day at the beginning of April means you have to start your ASAP training. Take a seat today and start.
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Date: March 30
This event is hosted by running company Orion Harriers and is a free 24-km cross -Country event in Epping Forest in northern London is grassroots, the finest run. You'll need to do a workout soon to make sure the rippling, muddy course is not your best bet, but you'll need to sign up sooner as the event will be full before the end of January.  Register | Free