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Register to run the Oxford half-marathon

Thanks for choosing to run the Oxford half-marathon for Nasio! We’re asking everyone running for “Team Nasio” to commit to raising a minimum of £100 in sponsorship.

What’s the route?

The Oxford Half course takes runners through the pristine, winding streets of historic Oxford. The route begins in the city centre and passes through Old Marston village, the River Cherwell, Oxford University’s impressive Lady Margaret Hall, before finally finishing on Parks Road.

When is the Oxford Half Marathon?

The race is currently scheduled for 16 October 2022, start time to be confirmed closer to the event.


Nasio will provide you with a running vest ahead of the day. After the event, not only will you be able to bask in the glory of completing the Oxford Half, you will also receive a finisher shirt, a medal, race photos, and a tote bag from the organisers of the event.

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