Running events in Bradford September 2018

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Running is the world’s most accessible sport. Park runs, colour runs, 5k, 10k, half marathons, marathons and ultras — all you need is a pair of trainers and off you go. Running events are hugely popular on Let’s Do This and it’s a sociable sport, so get some friends involved and achieve something extraordinary.

If you’re starting small, the 5k and 10k events are great fun and definitely worth doing even if you’re training for a bigger challenge further down the line. Getting used to the atmosphere of an event is important. You’re so much more likely to hit a better time if there’s a crowd cheering you on, people in fancy dress and a big celebration at the finish line.

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Today, with international organisations, local clubs and national events to choose from, there are thousands of races to discover, and we want to help you find them quickly and easily. Below you’ll find selections by running type, running location and some exceptional events to take part in.

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10k Races in Bradford September 2018

The Wetherby Run 10k has a relatively short history but it has become a firm favourite with runners from around the region and beyond. The date of the race suits those training for The Yorkshire Marathon in October or with the Great North Run in mind, as it offers a fast course on minor roads and well-surfaced tracks, mainly rural and scenic. Wetherby Racecourse. Also 5k option. (date tbc)

The Wetherby Run 10k

Wetherby, West Yorkshire, GB
1 race
£14£16
The Wetherby Run 10k

The best ideas are always the most simple! Start at the bottom of the hill and ride or run to the top. About 3 miles, or 5 kilometres_ lets just call it a long climb. The route follows the Kirklees Way, onto the Pennine Way, out onto the road at the top. First Wednesday of every month.

King of the Hill – September

Marsden, West Yorkshire, GB
King of the Hill – September

The first mention of Bramley comes in the Domesday Book compiled for William the Conqueror in 1086. The Bram part of the name occurs in several other Yorkshire village names such as Bramhope and Bramham. In Old English (the language of the Anglo-Saxons) it signifies the broom plant. Ley means a clearing. It would seem therefore that Bramley started out life as 'a clearing covered with broom'. In recent years the town has been referred to as the village that disappeared, the demolition of many historic buildings left many of the local residents unhappy, with a feeling of disappointment that the true character of the town had been lost forever. Despite the change in the buildings and appearance of the town what has remained is the true gritty character of genuine Yorkshire folk and the friendly feeling. Thas run thee 10K a Sit thissen Dahn

Bramley 10k

Leeds, West Yorkshire, GB
1 race
£10£12
Bramley 10k
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5k Races in Bradford September 2018

The best ideas are always the most simple! Start at the bottom of the hill and ride or run to the top. About 3 miles, or 5 kilometres_ lets just call it a long climb. The route follows the Kirklees Way, onto the Pennine Way, out onto the road at the top. First Wednesday of every month.

King of the Hill – September

Marsden, West Yorkshire, GB
King of the Hill – September

The Bramham Park Fun Run is a UKA licensed 5K and 10K event held in Wetherby, Leeds every year in aid of Cancer Research UK. This event brings you an enjoyable morning with beautiful scenery and race options to suit all ages and abilities so rally up your family, friends and colleagues and join us to support a great cause. Don't worry if you're not the fastest runner or the quickest walker, this race is about having fun. All entrants will receive a finishers medal and a goodie bag and Individual race times are published on our website after the event. Race times will also be included in the Run Britain handicap scoring updates and Power of 10 website.

On the day entrants have access to refreshments, a free sports massage courtesy of Tadcaster Physio & Sports Injuries Clinic and childrens entertainment. We welcome supporters to cheer along their loved ones.

Bramham Park Fun Run

GB
Bramham Park Fun Run
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Ultramarathon events in Bradford September 2018

The Leeds Country Way Relay is an annual race which has been organised by Kippax Harriers since the race was first established in 1990. It is held around the end of August or the beginning of September and comprises of 6 pairs of runners in each team, with each pair running a leg (section) around the actual LCW route.

An approximate total of 64 miles is covered, in a total time of around 7 hours. There are trophies for the fastest legs and teams, men and women, with a beautiful memento for each finisher. Presentations are held at the Podger in Garforth after the event, with food for all.

Leeds Country Way Relay

Garforth, West Yorkshire, GB
Leeds Country Way Relay

Reservoir Dogs is a tour around 7 of the reservoirs that serve the Leeds area, starting with Lindley Wood Reservoir in North Yorkshire, the route then goes to Swinsty and Fewston Reservoir before heading over to John OGaunt, Beaver Dyke, Scargill Reservoirs before returning to West Yorkshire via Stainburn Forest and Almscliffe Crag to Eccup Reservoir before finishing in Pool-in-Wharfedale. For the shorter race you return straight back to Pool-in-Wharfedale before Eccup Reservoir. All finishers of both distances will receive a T-Shirt and medal. Those that complete the full distance will be listed before those doing the shorter distance.

Reservoir Dogs Ultra

Otley, West Yorkshire, GB
Reservoir Dogs Ultra

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