That feeling of being alone meant I had time to think, of who I’m racing for;
The women who got up and ran in the pouring rain and mud were saving my life and the lives of those around me. Selfless.
I ran under the canopy of trees, up sloped muddy hills and through it all, it rained and not just British rain. This was more of an incentive to finish for me, if I can do this in the rain I can do this.
It felt like the sky was breaking through the leaves to say “I’m breaking boundaries, so can you” it was an amazing experience and I pushed as hard as I could to get to the finish line.
Other than the pain in my hips and my inability to sit down or walk down stairs, it was an amazing day.
So the race sign up was 6 months before at a reduced price or from January sign up, from £20 per adult down to £12! Remember it’s all for charity so don’t worry about it!
You then get regular updates about making a funding page to help you raise money for your race day.They’re well organised! Three weeks before race day I had my package come with my race number and all the information you could want on what’s going to happen
PriceThis covers the cost of organising and running your event on the day. It does not contribute towards your sponsorship total, so please try and raise as much as you can to help Cancer Research UK’s life-saving work.
On the day
This is a day for all so why not bring your friends and family along to support you. There will be some activities such as face painting, spectator cheering point merchandise and refreshments on site so don’t forget your change! Sutton Park has some resident cows that roam the park, so please be aware of this on the day.