New for this event – everybody gets one FREE image of themselves running out on the course!
Organisers of the Aldi Manchester Half Marathon have confirmed AWOL ADVENTURE as Official Race Photograph Partner for the inaugural race on Sunday 16th October 2016.
We want you to remember your great day and we want to revolutionise the way official photos are taken and distributed to you the runner. We are offering high quality photographs from professional photographers at a very good price, along with your free download image taken on course. Aldi Manchester Half Marathon will have professional photographers stationed at the Start, 5km, 10km, 15km, Finish and the Official Medal Photo Board located in the Athletes Village ready to capture that timeless photo - Just don't forget to SMILE!
The bundle package will be on an exclusive offer for £10 per bundle until the 15th of October. On the 16th the price will rise to £15 and individual photos on the day will be priced at £10 per picture.
The Aldi Manchester Half Marathon promises to be one of the UK’s flattest and fastest half marathons, with only 41m elevation gain and a 2 mile+ finish straight – making it ideal for first time marathon runners and a real opportunity for elite athletes to achieve a PB.
The race starts at White City roundabout and finishes at Emirates Old Trafford Lancashire County Cricket Club, the same venue as the popular ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon, and the organisers are promising plenty of entertainment and outstanding crowd support.
Race Director Simon Hill commented,“We are excited to have partnered with AWOL ADVENTURE as Official Race Photograph Partner for the Aldi Manchester Half Marathon. This partnership allows us to offer a new way of delivering race photographs to runners with every runner getting one free image of their day. Additionally, this partnership also allows us to offer runners a full range of high quality photos at a very affordable price making their experience memorable for all participants of the Aldi Manchester Half Marathon.”