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100 club marathon to take place in Redbridge

PUBLISHED: 12:56 16 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:56 16 February 2018

A group of runners tethered to each other during the Bupa London 10,000, in London. Picture: PA Archive/PA Images/Yui Mok

A group of runners tethered to each other during the Bupa London 10,000, in London. Picture: PA Archive/PA Images/Yui Mok

PA Archive/PA Images/Yui Mok

Redbridge runners have the opportunity to pound the pavement with some of the country’s most prolific runners.

Sikhs In The City annual Dawn to Dusk Race director Harmander Singh with View Tube Runners' Andre Ellis East London Runners, Josh Stephens from South Woodford at the clubs annual race.Sikhs In The City annual Dawn to Dusk Race director Harmander Singh with View Tube Runners' Andre Ellis East London Runners, Josh Stephens from South Woodford at the clubs annual race.

The 100 Marathon Club - where each member has run at least 100 marathons - will host its annual AGM race at the Sikhs in the City running club and will start at the junction of Roding Lane South and Woodford Bridge Road.

The race will start at 8.30am on Saturday, February 24 and all runners must be finished by 2.30pm.

Entry was initially open only to 100 Marathon Club full and associate members but is now opened to the general public.

The course comprises of 21 laps of a 2.014 km course along Woodford Avenue, Roding Lane South and Woodford Bridge Road.

The route has current certificate of course measurement and will count as a road event for 100 Marathon Club.

The event holds public liability insurance and will provide free parking, traffic management, trained marshals and full medical cover.

100 Marathon club members will be given the opportunity to compete in a handicapped race with start times based on recent marathon finishing times. Non 100 marathon club members will start in a mass start at 8.30am.

All finishers will receive a medal, with trophies for the first finisher in the handicap event and for fastest finishers both male and female.

Tickets cost £30 per runner, and to enter online visit the 100 club’s website or contact Harmander Singh on info@sikhsinthecity.org or call 07958 94 6868


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