It's not too late to runbristol!

Run BristolIf you’ll be “race fit” on 30 September, it's not too late to enter the 2012 Bristol Half Marathon, race four of the runbritain Grand Prix and one of the UK’s leading road races.

The race - which is known for is flat, fast course - has increased capacity to 20,000 in recent years since adopting a highly successful two wave start which enables more runners to sign up to run; it has also improved the race day experience by spreading participants out along the 13 mile course.

Bristol Half Marathon could be the final opportunity to gain runbritain Grand Prix points; points are awarded at each Grand Prix race for the leading 250 British male and female athletes (eligible to compete for GB & NI at the time of the race), with 250 points for first place down to one point for 250th position.

A runner’s best four individual performances from the five events will count towards the overall Grand Prix title.

In addition, time bonus points will be awarded at each of the five races and in 2011, 9% of last year's top 100 UK men's half marathon performances were achieved in Bristol.

You can enter the Bristol Half Marathon now on the runbristol website.

runbristol club offer

Race organisers are offering special deals for UK Athletics’ affiliated clubs and British Triathlon affiliated clubs.

Are you doing a group booking for your club?

UKA clubs or BTA clubs wishing to block book places can take advantage of the following deals:

*Buy 10 places @£31 and claim 25% discount

*Buy 15 places @£31 and claim 30% discount

*Buy 20 places @£31 and claim 35% discount

Are you an elite athlete?

There are places are reserved for elite athletes.

Guide times for free elite entry:

Men: 67.30

Women: 77:00

Requests will also be considered from up-and-coming young athletes. Please send a brief CV with your recent achievements and PBs setting out your case for being given a reserved place to our race administration service at:

The Bristol Half marathon raises thousands of pounds for the three official charities, which, for this year, are: CLIC Sargent; Children’s Hospice South West; and Steve Cram’s overseas charity COCO (Comrades of Children Overseas).