SUNDAY 25TH SEPTEMBER 2022
Race begins 09.30am
The Robin Hood Half Marathon is one of the longest established and most popular city centre road events in the UK. It is also the largest charity fundraising event in the City raising over £330,000 for charity in 2019.
The course itself is great for both seasoned runners and beginners alike – for beginners whose key objective is to complete the course, to more regular long-distance event runners, looking to beat their personal best time. It is a single lap 13.1 mile (21.1km) traffic-free course. The race starts and finishes in Victoria Embankment and is undulating so not all flat, there are a couple of inclines at the start of the route when your legs are more up for it (mile 2, 4 and 6).
A picturesque route taking you along Victoria Embankment, River Trent, past Nottingham Castle, through The Park Estate and Wollaton Park where you're bound to see a few deer roaming (and Wayne Manor from the Batman movie!). Finishing on Victoria Embankment Recreation ground next to the River Trent. You don’t have to raise money for charity, but we’re delighted that most of you do. If you have not already chosen a charity please choose one of our official race charities when you enter.
Race entry starts at £33.00
Entry limit – 10,000
NEW IMPROVED 2022 HALF MARATHON ROUTE
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route by street name
Victoria Embankment – London Road – Queens Road – Carrington Street – Canal Street – Maid Marian Way – Friar Lane - Lenton Road – Hardwick Road – Cavendish Crescent South – Park Drive – Clumber Crescent South – Maxtoke Road – Newcastle Circus – Duke William Mount – Lincoln Circus – North Road – Derby Road – Triumph Road – Ilkeston Road – Wollaton Road – Wollaton Park – Lime Tree Avenue – Middleton Boulevard – Illkeston Road – Triumph Road – Derby Road – Lenton Boulevard – Church Street – Gregory Street – Abbey Bridge – Castle Boulevard – Wilford Street/Wilford Road – Waterway Street – Sheriffs Way – Queens Road – Summer Leys Lane – Mabel Street – Meadows Way – Victoria Embankment