Don't hang around - they sold out in four weeks this time last year...Here's the link
This Sunday heralds the return of one of Britain's most iconic races: the 32nd Bupa Great North Run. More than 55,000 runners will take to the streets of Newcastle to take on the half marathon after months of hard training.In our Bupa Great North
crew have a memorable experience too with this handy guide to sneaking the best views, soaking up the atmosphere and escaping the bedlam after.A Great North WeekendMake sure your Great North Run weekend runs like clockwork by following our guide
another and give it to your supporters so they'll know when and where to spot you.The Big Day Bookmark these essential event guides to help your day run like clockwork...Great North Run GuideCruise through the race with our expert tips and insider info
fitting reward for your hard work after the race. All in all, it's a very emotionally-charged, monster of an event.Sign up to the reminder service for the 2012 Bupa Great North Run here.
The 54,000-strong crowd of runners at the start of their half-marathon adventure.
time.We take care of the pace estimates and the mile splits; you put in the training and turn up on the day for a great run. The groups vary from sub-three-hour marathon pace to run-walk at most events, so there's one for everyone. All you need is a
At the time of writing, your event rating for Sunday's Great North Run gives the world's biggest half marathon an overall score of 77 per cent. Not bad, but a long way off the 96 per cent scored by the same day's Anglesey Marathon, and also dwarfed
From last-minute race preparations to discovering culture on the Tyne, this is your step-by-step guide to ensuring your Bupa Great North Run 2012 experience is a weekend to remember for all the right reasons...Friday eveningBefore you leave home
It's not a marathon and it's not got Paula Radcliffe, but the Great North Run is one humdinger of an event.This road race in Tyne and Wear attracts the kind of attention and numbers that many full marathons can only dream about. On October 1, when
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