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Brighton marathon

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Sep 2014
9:20pm, 2 Sep 2014
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Irontubs
Thinking of Brighton as a spring marafun, does it usually sell out?
Sep 2014
9:23am, 3 Sep 2014
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Fitz
Quite popular with people that miss out on the London ballot, so worth getting in before the end of Sept if you fancy it. It does sell out these days, I believe.
Sep 2014
12:57pm, 3 Sep 2014
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Phil70
The organisers usually give a cut-off date for on-line entries, then it's finding a charity place if you miss it. The course is well populated but certainly not over congested like London. In previous years, roughly 15,000 places are available although only 9,000 take part on the day. This may be down to the race not actually selling out.
Dec 2016
9:40pm, 5 Dec 2016
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Roobarb
Anyone signed up for this? I'll be there πŸ˜ƒ
Dec 2016
11:04pm, 5 Dec 2016
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Surrey Phil
Yep! I'll be there again for my eighth Brighton. Have you done it before, Roobarb?

We probably should start a 2017 Brighton Marathon thread as per previous years.

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