The Brighton Half Marathon is an annual road running race held in Brighton, United Kingdom. The race takes place in February each year and is organized by the Sussex Beacon, a charity that provides care and support for people living with HIV.
The course of the Brighton Half Marathon is a scenic route that takes runners through the city of Brighton and along the seafront. The race starts and finishes at Madeira Drive, a popular location for events and activities in Brighton.
The Brighton Half Marathon attracts thousands of runners from all over the UK and beyond. The race is open to runners of all abilities, from elite athletes to first-time runners. The course is relatively flat, making it a good choice for runners looking to set a personal best time.
In addition to the race itself, the Brighton Half Marathon also features a range of activities and entertainment for spectators and participants. There is a race village at the start and finish line, where runners can collect their race number, drop off bags, and purchase merchandise. There are also food and drink stalls, as well as live music and entertainment.
There were 16 runs mentioning "Brighton Half" in this week , burning 1320 calories (that's 83 kCal each)
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