The Bupa Great South Run has become one of Europe’s most popular mass participation races over 10 miles, with a record 21,000 entries for the 2009 race – the year in which Mo Farah finished first with a time of 46:25s.
Every year the event attracts a plethora of athletes, celebrities and runners raising money for good causes, with over £30 million having been raised for charity over the years.
• Join 25,000 people at the world’s premier 10 mile running event on Sunday 27 October • Flat and fast route with beautiful views of the Historic Dockyard and of the Isle of Wight • Broadcast live on Channel 5 • Live music from ‘bands on the run’ to keep you motivated every step of the way
The event is sold out to the general public, but WheelPower, a national charity dedicated to transforming lives through sport, have limited charity places remaining.
Only £25 to enter and no minimum fundraising amount – just as much as you can.