Following two consecutive sell-outs, organisers of the Epilepsy Action Bradford 10K are seeking a record turnout on Sunday 19 March. Starting and finishing in the iconic surroundings of Centenary Square, the race, known for its flat and fast route (the current course record stands at just over 31 mins) has been rated in the top 20 UK running events.
Epilepsy Action's very own 10k, the event has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds to help improve the lives of everyone affected by epilepsy. The funds raised go directly to supporting the 600,000 people with epilepsy in the UK, 50,000 of which live in the Yorkshire and Humber area.
The event has been designed to take runners through the heart of Bradford and is highly rated not just for its PB potential but also for its organisation - 93% of runners saying they would do it again.
2018 saw Joe Sagar (a four-time champion at the race) claim first in 33:29, with Leeds City AC’s Sean Flanagan (33:47) and Gregan Clarkson (34:04) closely following. Hannah Oldroyd was top female in 36:39 ahead of Jane Grant (39:04) and April Caulfield (39:28).
Registration is priced at £22 and available here.