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St Neots Half Marathon

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The St Neots Half Marathon is firmly established on the race calendar with a developing reputation for putting on a top class event. The course is renowned as potential for PBs as its three mile downhill finish allows for some seriously fast times. 2018 saw a complete sell out of 1750 race entries within six hours of opening. This year is shaping up to be an even better race. The new and improved start and finish for 2015, 2016 & 2017 worked well and will be in place again.

Review summary

5 Reviews
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  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere


Jamie H
"The course is very rural in a good way. A little undulating and quiet in places..."


Christopher B
"As a stneots local, and ran this race 3 times (each time PB), and trained on..."


Neil H
"Nice fast finish. Pretty much downhill from mile 10.Leave plenty of time for..."
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How to enter the St Neots Half Marathon

  1. Half Marathon

    Run 13.1mi
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Free Technical T shirt
Medal to all finishers
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PLEASE NOTE you will collect your race pack at registration on the day of the event. Nothing will be posted prior to the event.

A FULL race brief will be emailed to your registered email address during the week leading up to the event. If for any reason you don’t receive this email, please ensure you check the web site and your email prior to travel for any important updates.

Registration will be open from 07.30 – 09.30 on race day only. Please ensure you arrive early to avoid that last minute rus.

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St Neots Half Marathon reviews (5)

4.3 out of 5 stars

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  • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

    As a stneots local, and ran this race 3 times (each time PB), and trained on this route a few times before a race, I am very familiar with the course, and love every aspect of it..(and the hill climbs) it is a great course to run. Slight incline at the start, Cromwell rd/potton rd, then slight descend to abbotsley for nearly 3 miles, the up the little sharp hill on the right onto pitsdean road, then a slight incline heading towards crossroads, turning left to be greeting by a long descend, then to be tormented by the steepest incline of the run, just after mile 4, which has broken a few runners in the past. Up the incline meandering through turning right toward Waresley on manor farm road. Up and down a few hills, then turn left at waresley, down a slight descend for a quick mile before turning left onto gransden rd nr mile 7. Heading to abbotsley, turn left bk on pitsdean rd, to crossroads to turn right for a 3 mile slight descend to the finish.
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

    The course is very rural in a good way. A little undulating and quiet in places but on a nice day it's great.I would recommend checking the weather beforehand because if it's a wet and windy day it would be tough.In terms of running it, once you've made it to 10 miles it's pretty much all down hill, so once you get there you know you've made it. Make sure you save a little bit for the last 3 miles so you can get the most out of it. There are also plenty of water stations.
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

    Nice fast finish. Pretty much downhill from mile 10.Leave plenty of time for parking it took a long time to get into the college.Overall excellent event that I would recommend.My only criticism is that there were no age-graded awards or prizes. I was too male 40 and got nothing. Some recognition would be nice for us oldies,
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

    Well organised, undulating course but quite lonely at times due to the low numbers running - a good thing.