Great North Run 9th September 2018
We have now filled our places for the Great North Run 2018 but if you have your own place and would like to run for Pancreatic Cancer Action please contact [email protected]
Date: Sunday 9th September 2018
Location: Newcastle Up-Tyne
Registration Fee: £30
Fundraising Target: £300
Event information: Join the worlds most famous Half Marathon!
The Great North Run, has over 56,000 runners! Take part in the world’s biggest and most iconic half marathon in 2018!
Join them all for another great year!
Your Great North Run entry includes:
From Pancreatic Cancer Action –
- A training t-shirt/running vest
- Free water bottle
- A fundraising pack with tips and advice to make your fundraising easy and fun
- Support and encouragement from the our team throughout your training and on the big day!
Got a Ballot Place? If you are successful in obtaining a place in the ballot we’d love you to run for us. There is no minimum sponsorship so please email [email protected] or let us know by filling out our form here.
Need and charity place? To register for a Pancreatic Cancer Action charity place, please fill out the form below and a member of the team will be in touch very soon!
Set up your online fundraising page – Just Giving
Visit our fundraising section for some great tips.
Meet our TOP fundraisers for this event for 2018 – JustGiving Vests of the Best brings together all our amazing fundraisers in one place.
Equipment and what to wear:
To start your training, basic shorts and a t-shirt and/or sweatshirt is pretty much all you need. There is an excellent range of running-specific kit available that will keep you dry, will help you to avoid any chafing problems and will be light and comfortable to wear – but to begin with you’ll probably find that you already own enough gear to get you started. However, one area of kit where you shouldn’t compromise is on training shoes – and it is certainly worth investing in a proper pair of running-specific trainers. Seek out a specialist retailer who can give you advice and, if necessary, assess your gait, so that you can find the most suitable shoe for your running style. Remember that a good pair of running shoes is an investment in comfort and injury prevention, and will repay you again and again long after your initial outlay.
We do recommend training for this event. Try walking or running this distance prior to the day of the event. This will give you an idea of what to expect.