Bradford, West Yorkshire,
- Distance10 km
- Water stations
- Traffic free
- Wheelchair accessible
- Cheques payable to Epilepsy Action
- Postal closing date14th Apr 2008
- Size of field1500
- Event website
- Event AffiliationUK Athletics
- Available from race websiteYes
- Online entry availableYes
A mass-participation 10K road race through the heart of Bradford for the national charity, Epilepsy Action.
This is a brand new event, organised by Epilepsy Action, the UK’s largest member-led epilepsy charity, and supported by Bradford City Council and Airedale Athletics.
Anyone aged 15 and over can take part, from novice runners to elite runners. The course, which starts and ends in Bradford’s stunning Centenary Square, covers a flat route, ideal for runners to record fast times and even personal bests (with results recorded by chip).
The race is perfect for serious runners and first-timers alike. If you are a serious runner then you will be attracted to the course because of its flat route, ideal for runners to record fast times and even personal bests (with results recorded by chip).
Alternatively, if you are a novice runner and you just want to ‘have a go’, then everyone is welcome (although to run you do need to be 15 or over). A 10K route is ‘do-able’ for most people – we can even help you out with a training plan!
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