The Great Manchester Run, established in 2003, is an annual 10 kilometer run through Greater Manchester and is the largest 10K in Europe. Usually held in mid-May, it is the third-largest mass participation running event in the United Kingdom behind the Great North Run and the London Marathon. It is part of the Great Runs series of road races in the UK. It was formerly sponsored by Bupa (2003-2014) and Morrisons (2015).
More than a quarter of a million people have taken part since 2003.
Manchester not only boasts a population of over half a million people but it also offers visitors a wealth of activities to get involved with.
You could try a bit of skiing or get your football fix, take a trip to some of the best shops in the UK, or maybe visit a museum or a brewery; there really is something for everyone.
|2nd Male||1:08:27||Simon Crawford|
|3rd Male||1:08:50||Thomas Charles|
|4th Male||1:12:20||Harry Lupton|
|2nd Female||1:21:52||Nichola Sheridan|
|3rd Female||1:23:43||Sophie Pyke|
|4th Female||1:25:12||Jo Woodcock|
The Great Manchester Run Half Marathon is a challenge that takes place annually and fills the vibrant streets of Manchester with thousands of runners and spectators. You can experience the buzzing atmosphere of the Portland Street start line before winding your through the heart of Manchester, past City’s Etihad Stadium and finally finishing on Deans gate alongside the Beetham Tower.