Salisbury’s Race For Men is back for the first time since 2019

The running event is welcoming people to sign up, as it tries to reach its £50,000 target.

After 2 years of uncertainty due to the pandemic, it’s been confirmed that Race For Men is FINALLY going ahead this year.

The event had to be cancelled in 2020, and then subsequently in 2021, because of various lockdowns and restrictions in the UK due to Covid-19.

Back again for 2022, there’ll be a 3k, 10k, and half marathon route to take on and for the first time, ever women will be able to take part too.

It’s all in aid of the Salisbury District Hospital Stars Appeal Prostate Cancer fund, raising money to help those diagnosed with the disease.

Organiser Toby Giles said: “Our, my brother and I’s, father was diagnosed with prostate cancer. His early diagnosis and amazing treatment helped to give him the all-clear, and it’s why it’s so important for us to raise awareness for others.

He continued;  “Race For Men is not only about the money that goes to the hospital, it’s about keeping Prostate Cancer in the public eye so we can find a cure.”

Find out how to sign up, here:

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