Sheffield Half Marathon
A major event in the UK's running calendar, the Sheffield Half Marathon attracts thousands of runners of all abilities and spectators to the city's streets and raises many thousands of pounds for good causes.
With a city centre start and finish, the event boasts a super scenic route with stunning views of the Peak District for those who conquer the climb to Ringinglow.
And the race even incorporates a 'triple test' giving entrants a chance to be crowned 'King of the Hill' or 'Queen of the Hill' in a timed hill climb, triumph in a 10K largely-downhill sprint section and cross the finish line first to lift the Sheffield Half Marathon title.
It forms part of the lasting legacy of the late Jane Tomlinson CBE who raised almost £2m for charity through a series of endurance challenges, despite being diagnosed with incurable cancer.
I need a place
We have limited free places available; you just need to commit to fundraising a minimum of TBC (excluding Gift Aid) for us. If you are interested in one of these places click on the link below and we will be in touch.
Minimum sponsorship: £350
Distance: Half marathon
I already have a place
If you already have a place and you have paid your entry fee through the event organiser, contact us to take part as an Own Place runner.
We would love to have you running for Team PDSA. There’s no minimum sponsorship, just raise as much as you can!
You'll have the added benefit of not having a sponsorship target, and the same benefits as a Team PDSA member.
What’s so wooftastic about Team PDSA?
By taking part with us, you'll become a member of Team PDSA and you'll receive:
- A ‘pawsome’ guide to get your fundraising up and running
- A fantastic lightweight and breathable branded top ‘for all you cool cats’
- Fundraising support, materials, ideas and tips from our expurrienced ‘pet loving’ team
- The amazing feeling of running for a world where no pet suffers.
Everyone who joins teamPDSA for the Sheffield Half Marathon helps us to continue to treat 1 pet every 5 seconds.