The events include 5k and 10k routes for participants to complete however they like, whether that’s walking or jogging; and Pretty Muddy 5k and 10k obstacle courses, for participants to climb over, crawl under and charge through; as well as Pretty Muddy Kids events, so even the little ones can join in!
Race for Life started 25 years ago as a women-only event. The first event was held in Battersea, in 1994, where 750 participants raised £48,000. Since that point, Race for Life has grown into a series of hundreds of events across the country, raising nearly £500 million towards beating cancer over the last quarter of a century.
In 2019, for the first time, the Race for Life has opened its doors to men to participate too, making it a truly inclusive event, giving people the chance to come together with their family and friends, and join the movement to beat cancer.