Ready, set, go! Check it out, the new medal for the 2019 Sage Reading Half Marathon has today been unveiled. The much-loved half marathon returns on Sunday 17th March 2019 with over 15,000 runners expected to cross the line. Every year the race medal creates a huge amount of excitement for the runners, eager to wear their race bling with pride.
Judith Manson, Race Director of the Sage Reading Half Marathon, comments: “We know how excited our runners are about their race bling and so every year our team put in a huge amount of effort to create the perfect design. Not only to represent the history of our event, but also the runner’s efforts and the core values of our valued partners. We can’t wait to reward every runner with a medal to be proud of, as they step across the stadium finish line in March.”
Comprising an impressive three-ring design and green ribbon, Sage, headline sponsor, is delighted with this year’s medal, as Debbie Wall, Vice President Sage Foundation confirms: “The three circles represent the three pillars that Sage Foundation support in our communities – Military Veterans, Women and Young People. All the work and fundraising we do helps members of our communities gain a good education, have the skills to be work ready and have the opportunity to be entrepreneurs. The Sage Reading Half Marathon is part of the Sage Foundation $1M Challenge and is one of the biggest fundraisers we participate in each year.”
One of the largest and fastest half marathons in the UK, nearly 15,000 registered runners take part each year, from first timers to Britain’s elite. The 2019 half marathon is set to return with a bang. The route promises to be as impressive as ever, taking in the highlights of Reading town centre. A world renowned course, never ending crowd support, musical entertainment, beautiful University grounds and a field of seasoned athletes inspire a momentous finish inside Madejski Stadium, Reading FC’s home ground.
Go to www.readinghalfmarathon.com to secure your place and bag the best race bling around, Sunday 17th March 2019. Race entry starts at £36.00