Cancer Research UK's Race for Life returns to Southsea Common this year - and this time there's a major difference...
For the first time ever, men will be allowed to join the Race for Life, which had previously only been open to women. With children and young adults also welcome to take part in the 5k and 10k routes, this year will be the most open and exclusive ever. Everyone taking part does so for one common purpose: to walk, jog or run to beat cancer.
Race for Life is different to most running events as it fosters a famously supportive atmosphere - one without as much competitiveness as similar events. This makes it ideal for everyone, whether you want to get out and set a PB, try your first distance race, or just challenge yourself for a good cause.
Both the 5k and 10k events take place on Sunday 7 July, starting at 11am.
- Adult: £14.99
- Children: £10
- Young Adult: £14.99
- Under 6 entry (Girls and boys): free and no registration needed