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Adidas Silverstone Half Marathon

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HISTORIC SILVERSTONE RACING CIRCUIT

FLAT COURSE

GREAT FOR BEGINNERS

 

Run the Adidas Silverstone Half Marathon at the historic Silverstone racing circuit and help us save and change the lives of sick and disabled babies and children.

We have guaranteed places in this race and entry is just £25

Whether you are attempting your first half marathon, or using this event as a training run for the Virgin London Marathon, this is the race for you!

We'll support you all the way in preparation for this amazing run

We offer full support and training advice, including a guide written with the help of former London Marathon winner Mike Gratton. Plus your very own high-spec branded wicking running vest to wear on the day!

With music, on course refreshments and spectators cheering you on, you'll know that every mile you run will be helping Action to offer hope to the many thousands of families across the UK who are dealing with the trauma of a baby born too early, striving to support a child affected by disability, or facing the challenge of caring for a child with a rare and devastating disease for which there is no cure.

2017 course will be announced soon. Check out the 2016 one here.

What are you waiting for? Join TEAM Action in 2017

Why choose Action?


When Jo was admitted to hospital for emergency surgery 29 weeks into her pregnancy, nobody knew what the outcome would be for mother or baby. Thankfully, Jo and husband Will are now the proud parents of Samuel, who survived being born at just 30 weeks.

To give Samuel’s tiny lungs the best possible chance to develop, doctors injected Jo with steroids for two days ahead of the operation.

“For my family it was a hugely stressful time,” Jo says. “No-one knew what would happen to the baby. I was in a lot of pain so they were very concerned for me, too.”

Read more about Sam’s story here.

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