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Take on a Race for Life 10k event

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TAKE ON A RACE FOR LIFE 10K

 

Everyone has a reason to Race for Life. Together we will beat cancer.

  • Race for Life 10k is perfect for those looking for more of a challenge. Take on a longer distance without any pressure!

  • If you enjoy walking or running and have taken part in charity runs before, then a 10k could be the perfect distance for you. 
  • 10k is just over 6 miles. Take it at your own pace or push yourself a bit further. Just have fun with it and help fund our life-saving research. 

FIND A 10K EVENT NEAR YOU

Join people of all ages and abilities at your local Race for Life. Search our range of events taking place up and down the country this summer. 

WE'RE WITH YOU EVERY STEP OF THE WAY

Fundraising support

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We'll send you plenty of fundraising materials, ideas and top tips for you to get inspired and hit your £50 fundraising target. 

Preparing for your 10k event

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Choose a training plan to help you get Race for Life ready. You could even use Strava or Fitbit to track your walk, jog or run.

Facebook community support

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Once you've signed up, you'll get access to the Super Supporters Facebook group. Hear from others and get motivated!

 

MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR RACE FOR LIFE DAY

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Join forces or go solo

You can take part in any Race for Life event as an individual or a group to raise money for life-saving research. Walk, jog or run together in a group or go solo at your own pace. You could lead the way as a Group Leader and get family, friends and colleagues involved! However you choose to Race, you will be helping to beat cancer.

 

Make a day of it

Join us just before your event with an interactive warm up session before you begin your Race for Life. After you've completed the course, why not make a day of it and soak up the atmosphere in one of the picnic areas, or choose from one of the on-site food vendors.

 
 

     

10 kilometres is just over 6 miles and on average takes around 2 hours to complete dependant on ability.

Our courses are measured using measuring wheels by our team of experienced Event Managers. Measuring wheels are the most accurate way of measuring course distances as they are not impacted by surrounding buildings or terrain, this is why the distance may be different from Garmin, Strava, Apple Watch & Fitbit technology.

FIND THE RIGHT EVENT FOR YOU

Don't fancy a 10k event? Check out our range of Race for Life events and find one that suits you.