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a footrace run for fun (often including runners who are sponsored for a charity)


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The OCA is planning to organise 28 fun runs in all during the build-up to the 18th Asian Games, which will feature 10,000 athletes from 45 national Olympic committees affiliated to the OCA competing in 40 sports and 462 events.
A GROUP of children from Belarus visiting Wirral for a month's respite will take part in a new fun run as part of their trip.
ENTRY is now open for the first ever Balsall Common Fun Run.
If you are interested in taking part in one of the Big Fun Runs elsewhere in the country this year or want to find out about Big Fun Runs being held in 2014, then visit www.
If the City Council can lower the current permit fee, then organizers will collect lower fees from runners thus encouraging more racers to join fun runs ensuring their sustainability," he added during yesterday's launching of MAD Run Three at the Lahug Barangay Hall.
ENTRIES are being sought for a national fun run which stops off at Coventry's War Memorial Park this summer.
Also on Sunday, there will be a fun run on Llandudno Promenade for Ty Gobaith/Hope House Children's Hospices.
The fun run is open to all - from toddlers to pensioners and can be run, walked, jogged or toddled.
Organisers of the fun runs were delighted at the number of people who turned out to walk, jog or run the one mile route.
Regardless of distance choice, most fun runs will typically be 5K or somewhere between two and four miles.
Mum Anna, of Haddington, East Lothian, is happy to encourage Grizel to join in fun runs to keep her fit and healthy.
In an unsurpassed showing of spirit and dedication to fitness, a record 1,363 children ran the 2004 Healthy Kids Fun Run, an annual 1-mile race presented by the Washington Post and held the day prior to the Marine Corps Marathon[R] in Washington, D.
The celebration is billed as a lawn party featuring everything from presidential look-alikes to food courts, dancing, a Dixieland band, fun runs and storytelling.
The event is part of a series of 13 fun runs being held across England and Scotland.
Nigel Davey has competed in all of the fun runs so far and is planning to get his running shoes out once again this year to take part in the event which takes place just five day before his production of Survive hits the stage at Birmingham's New Alexandra Theatre.