Win! Ikano Robin Hood Half Marathon

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Fancy a challenge? We’ve partnered with the lovely folk at Sweatshop and the Ikano Robin Hood Half Marathon to offer a prize for two people to compete in this year’s event. Prize includes VIP race entry to the half marathon for two people, Robin Hood outfits to run the race in, accommodation in the stylish Park Plaza hotel in the heart of the city, and a pre-race meal at one of Nottingham’s top eateries.Robin Hood half marathon 2

The Ikano Robin Hood Half Marathon is one of the fastest, flattest courses in the UK; the winning time in 2012 was 61:39. The perfect race for first time competitors or seasoned runners looking to set personal best race times. The race will start at Victoria Embankment in Nottingham, taking a scenic route through the city, and it’s all happening on Sunday 29 September 2013. Enter now and get training!

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Posted on 05 June 2013
Featured author: Erin

Australian now calling Nottingham home. Piano playing, cake making, bicycle riding lady who loves travel.

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