Hi thereJust wondered if anyone on here is running for this fund like me, have a running club place so volunteered to raise money for this fund.Race number is 24380 and will be running in a "Barrow Runners" vest. Getting there Saturday am so
Started running after too much football.Enjoy running in all weathers mostly of road.Enjoy different 10k.Complete the GNR in Newcastle every year for the Bobby Moore Fund.
I am a keen runner and enjoy early morning runs as a way to wake me up and keep me fit. I am a charity runner currently attempting to run 25 marathons for Breakthrough Breast Cancer and The Bobby Moore Fund.
I used to run sprints. I have over the last few years got into running longer distance and want to run the marathon in April 2007.I also play football, golf and go to the gym 5 times a week.My charity I run for is the Bobby Moore Fund.
i started running about 4 weeks ago , and i am on a walk/run programme, but i entered a 5k run which is on 2nd july .it is for bobby moore bowel cancer fund, it is at 2pm on 2nd july at blackheath , anyone else running in it, it would be good
have only just started running. the reason for my running is in october i have a 10k run for the bobby moore bowel cancer fund.although this is the reason for my starting to run, the reason i am going to carry on running after the event is because i
i am doing a 5k on sunday 2nd july (bobby moore bowel cancer fund)nit is at blackheath , it is also my first 5k but is it hilly or quite flat ? i am also concerned about the weather as my run is at 2pm and it is going to be mid 30'c , any
pack and reading through a few times I have decided that I would like to run for Cancer research Bobby Moore Fund. I have a massive passion for football so what better way to raise money for Cancer Reasearch to right? 2 birds 1 stone sort of thing
lost my Mum a couple of years ago so I am running for Cancer Research UK and The Bobby Moore Fund in her memory. This will be my third marathon and the toughest so far. Good luck with your running... this time last year I hadn't even run 10k so
to see their last 20 seconds crossing the line. Our previous two events various charities took part such as Bobby Moore Foundation, Action for Children, Breast Cancer, St John’s Ambulance, Community Links. This year we are adding the Tessa
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