Race Calendar

Sheffield 2021 Santa Ho Ho Go! Fun Run/Walk

24 Dec 2021

Starts: 11:00
Distance: 5 & 10 Kilometres
Entry Fee: £20.00 - £22.00
T-shirt, medal, mince pies and FREE glass of fizz for all finishers!

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PLEASE NOTE because of the ongoing Omicron situation and in the light of medical advice, this event is now a real-time virtual event with spot prizes. For full details please see www.facebook.com/RunForItSheffield. Bring your family and friends and join us as we take to the streets for the 2021 Sheffield Santa Fun Run and Walk. No Santa suit? No problem! All entrants will get a free Santa hat and PERSONALISED technical race t-shirt, so you can look and feel festive! Do something amazing this Christmas - come and join us as we raise much needed funds for charity at the same time as spreading festive cheer and having fun. There'll be a FREE gift for all kids, too. It's a colourful, family-friendly event on the route of your choice. Even well-behaved dogs are welcome to join us. This event has sold out EVERY YEAR, so make sure you don't miss out - book your place as soon as you can!


See Results

Results for the Sheffield 2021 Santa Ho Ho Go! Fun Run/Walk were last updated on Thursday, 30 December 2021 12:09.



Mel Morison
07710 260240


5 & 10 Kilometres
1 (out and back)
Entry limit:
Remaining places:
Suitable for wheelchairs


    • No water stations
    • No distance markers
    • No toilets
    • No changing facilities
    • No showers
    • No baggage store
    Race HQ:
    Sheffield & Tinsley Canal Towpath, Meadowhall, Sheffield

    FREE Santa hat & t-shirt for all entrants at Registration point (PLEASE NOTE entries booked on or after 16/12/21 will receive their t-shirt by post after the event.). Water, sweets and cookies at refreshment points (better get there quick in case the marshals get hungry!) and at the finish. As soon as you cross the finish line, there is a medal, a FREE celebratory glass of fizz and a mince pie for every finisher. What more could a body ask for?

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