2017 Ramathon aiming for more records
Posted: Mon, 23 Jan 2017 12:56
Returning to the city of Derby for a fourth year, the Ramathon – now with a world record to its name – will again be based at Derby County's iconic Pride Park Stadium.
At the 2016 event, Lindsy James set a new world record as fastest female to complete a half marathon pushing a baby in a pram.
This year's race on Sunday June 4 aims to smash new records all across the event with higher fundraising totals, faster personal bests and more live entertainment around the course.
Taking in the bustle of the city centre as well as the scenic grounds of Elvaston Castle Country Park, Ramathon is a flat and fast course, providing runners with the potential to achieve a personal best.
With a business team run option, Mini Ramathon fun run, live entertainment and thousands of spectators lining the course on race day, 2017 promises to be another day to remember.
The race is delighted that Derby County Football Club will once again be race partner of the event.
To enter online and for further information visit www.ramathon.co.uk.