Public places to run the Brighton Half Marathon are almost sold out. Organisers have issued a last call to anyone wishing to enter the race on February 16, 2014 either as part of a corporate team or as an individual runner.
More than half of the 11,000 available places were snapped up in the first month alone following the opening of registration in April.
The Brighton Half Marathon Corporate Challenge takes place as part of the Brighton Half Marathon and is designed as a team event to assist companies and organisations to build teamwork in the workplace and promote health and fitness, with the Corporate Challenge Trophy being presented to the team that has the lowest aggregate time of their first 3 runners.
The fastest team in the Brighton Half Marathon Corporate Challenge 2013 was L’Oréal, followed by runner up Transport for London and The Grand Brighton in 3rd place.
In 2013 there was also a trophy for ‘Best Fundraisers’ which was awarded to Worthing-based company Travel Places who raised over £4,000 for St Barnabas House hospice in Worthing, with nine of their staff members taking part.
Entry to the Corporate Challenge is integrated into the standard registration process, with entry fees of £30 for affiliated runners and £32 for non-affiliated runners including a goody bag and a medal at the finish.
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Over 40 teams are signed up to the Brighton Half Marathon Corporate Challenge 2014 so far.
The Brighton Half Marathon is organised by and the main fundraiser for Brighton based charity The Sussex Beacon, a unique centre providing innovative services to meet the changing needs of people living with HIV. Other official charities include WaterAid and Rise.
Partners for the 2014 race confirmed so far include the Seattle Hotel, Visit Brighton, Brighton & Hove City Council and Studio57 Clinic.