Sunday 19 March will mark a monumental date in the history of the Epilepsy Action Bradford 10K as it celebrates its 10th year in existence. The race, which is still accepting registrations, is believed to be one of the quickest in Yorkshire, with thousands of runners posting PBs during the last decade.
Epilepsy Action's very own 10k, the race has raised in excess of £310,000 to help improve the lives of everyone affected by epilepsy. The event has been designed to take runners through the heart of Bradford and is highly rated for its organisation and PB potential, with 93% of runners saying they would do it again.
2016 saw the 10k attract just under 1000 runners and organisers are anticipating an even larger field on 19 March. Joe Sagar take the spoils in what was a strong male competition with a time of 32:58, with Sam Clegg (33:22) and Joe Townsend (33:35) second and third respectively. Wakefield Harriers’ was the leading female runner in 38:01, with Laura Dransfied following in 38:20.
The current course record stands at 31:02, set by Tesfaye Debele. Extensive prize categories are available with an additional prize for completing the race in under 30 minutes.
Registration is priced at just £20, or £18 for affiliated runners. Entry details are available here.