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Runners signing up to take part in Reading Half Marathon this year will find themselves on a flatter and faster course.
The 13.1 mile course has been changed for 2015 and is expected to be tackled by more than 20,000 experienced runners and newcomers on Sunday, March 22.
Nick Pearson, race director, said: "We're very excited about the changes to the 2015 Vitality Reading Half Marathon – it's flat, it's fast and now allows the runners to take in the scenery of Green Park and momentous finish of the Madejski Stadium. Read on.