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Asda Foundation Derby Half Marathon

Overview

Organised by Run For All for the first time in 2018, the Asda Foundation Derby Half Marathon – formerly known as the Ramathon - proved to be a welcome addition to Run For All’s events calendar, attracting thousands of runners and raising tens of thousands of pounds for good causes.

Run in the Derby Half Marathon for YHA and help transform young lives forever.

 

What makes it special

  • Run the Derby Half Marathon for YHA
  • Transform young lives

Race date: 7th June 2020

Registration deadline: May 2020

Price

Entry: £30

Registration £40

Fundraising target: £100

Hostels nearby

Asda Foundation Derby Half Marathon

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Map references

Lat/Lng: 52.9252074, -1.4799105

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