Last Chance to Personalise Your Race Number for the Deep RiverRock Belfast City Half Marathon
On Sunday 17th September close to 3,500 participants will set off on their 13.1 mile journey from Ormeau Park, in a bid to complete the 5th Deep RiverRock Belfast City Half Marathon.
Belfast is well known for its friendliness and support on race day, the feedback we received from the May event runners was so positive we decided to include personalised race bibs for the Half Marathon. What better way to feel motivated on race day than to hear your name being shouted out by our welcoming Belfast crowds!
Rebecca Murray will take on the Half Marathon challenge for the first time on Sunday 17th September. She chose Belfast to run her first 13.1 miles having experienced the atmosphere and friendliness during the 2017 Deep RiverRock Belfast City Marathon relay. Talking about her team, Rebecca says:
“Some of us caught the running bug. We found the Belfast events really help spur you on!”
There’s still time to enter and receive a personalised race number, however the deadline for this is midnight on Friday 25th August.
You can of course still enter the race until 8th September.
Don’t miss your chance to run the biggest Half Marathon event in Northern Ireland. Sign up for the 5th Deep RiverRock Belfast City Half Marathon TODAY at www.belfastcitymarathon.com or contact the office directly on 028 9060 5933.
The Deep RiverRock Belfast City Half Marathon is sponsored by Athletics Northern Ireland, Daily Mirror, Belfast City Council, Translink, Daily Mirror, ASICS, Centra, Belfast Live and U105. Sampling partners are Musgrave Retailers, Deep RiverRock, Linwoods, Tayto and White Oats.
Mencap Northern Ireland is the official charity partner of the Deep RiverRock Belfast City Half Marathon until 2018. Mencap urges everyone to #StepUp4Mencap and help more children and young people with a learning disability get the best possible start in life and fulfil their potential. By challenging yourself in this year’s Deep RiverRock Belfast City Half Marathon; you will help even more local children and young people with a learning disability live full and happy lives, grow into adults with bright futures in education, employment and family life.
Your marathon challenge will help Mencap provide the vital support children, young people and their families need to live the lives they choose.
To find out more information about Mencap services in Northern Ireland; and about the children and young people with whom we work please visit www.mencapbigstepforward.org.uk