Siglion Sunderland City Half Marathon 2017, it all starts here!

Entries close Wednesday 3rd May – FREE Siglion running buff for all entrants!


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Less than 2 weeks left to enter the 2017 Siglion Sunderland City 10k and Half Marathon! The Run Sunderland Festival will take place on Sunday 7th May at Keel Square, a symbol of the city’s renewal and regeneration, following a successful move into the City centre in 2016.

We are looking forward to welcoming back many of you who have taken part over the past six years to join in the celebrations, along with newcomers looking for a new challenge.

With spectacular coastal views and a brilliant atmosphere, although we cannot guarantee the weather, we can guarantee a superbly organised event with plenty of support on the route and an army of enthusiastic volunteers to make it a great day for all taking part. All participants will receive a t shirt, medal and goody bag. There is also limited parking, baggage services and plenty of fun activities for those not taking part.

Don’t miss out on joining us at our new home Keel Square, for charity, fun or fitness make sure you’re part of it!

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Athletes are entitled to one prize only.

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Active Sunderland BIG 3k Run

As part of the 2017 Active Sunderland BIG Events programme the Active Sunderland BIG 3k Run will take place on Sunday 7 May. The BIG 3k run is for runners of all ages and abilities and is designed to complement the Siglion Sunderland City Half Marathon and Siglion Sunderland City 10k on the same day. The 3km run will take place on a short section of the same closed road course as the main events and represents a fantastic addition to the Run Sunderland Festival. Please visit for further event details and how to enter. Each entrant will receive an Active Sunderland t shirt, goody bag and medal


7th May 2017


Keel Square

How much:

£10 per person

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DS Media + Events is the brainchild of Steve Cram, who heads a team who have extensive experience in event organisation, delivery and marketing of major sporting events, as well as broadcasting and the media. Steve, former international athlete, World Record holder and Olympic medallist is also director of Extra Mile, which has acted as consultant to numerous major running events such as the Bristol Half Marathon, Jane Tomlinson’s Run For All and has organised the elite road races at the Middlesbrough 10K.