We have  FREE places for both The Hull 10k and Hull Half Marathon this year on Sunday 2nd June 2019.

If you would like to put your name down for a free place we only ask if you will fundraise a minimum of £80.00 for the charity. As a part of your free entry we, will help you set up a Just Giving page which we will share through our website and social media to help you meet your fundraising goal!

 

The 10k route passes some of Hull’s most iconic landmarks including the Marina, The Deep, Queens Gardens and the Guildhall before the all-important finish line.

The Half marathon will take you on a 13.1-mile journey around Hull that will push you to the limit, following the same route of the Hull 10K  however as the 10k runners head to the finish the Half Marathon runners will continue up towards and around Hull University campus before heading back into the city centre for that all-important finish line.

If you would like to take part in either the Hull 10k or Hull Half Marathon please, register on the link below

Yes, I want to run! 

Our Runners

Michael's Story

"I am running for my own personal motivation because of ill health problems I overcame last year. Also to motivate others to raise funds for a worthy cause for the great work Child Dynamix do for helping vulnerable children and their families". 

Click here to support Michael on his fundraising journey

 

Rory's Story

"I am running in the Hull Half Marathon and proud to support Child Dynamix who provide great services for young people in Hull"

Click here to support Rory on his fundraising journey

 

Syeda's Story

"I am running in 10K on 2nd June 2019 for Child Dynamix because this charity works to support young children and their families living in challenging circumstances in Hull and Humber."

Click here to support Syeda on his fundraising journey

 

 

Adrian's Story

"I look after the printing accounts for IT@Spectrum and wanted to help out where I can, I have set a goal of beating my previous completion time with a target of 50 minutes or under!"

Click here to support Adrian's on his fundraising journey