i would, if i were a woman and lived in the UK.
Heh typical Bristol's was today and yesterday.
Would have probably done it if I had found a partner to do it with me.
Well I only decided to do the race today, but I have been running 4 to 5 miles every other day for two weeks now. I'll change my workout if I do train for the race, but I think I'd like someone to do it with me because I won't get much support from my family.
Women only is rather incredibly stupid. I'm assuming blokes aren't allowed to enter because its for breast cancer
I know its for a good cause (cancer research) but if there was a white-only race to raise money for skin cancer and blacks weren't allowed to enter on the grounds that they suffer less from it, one might see that as absurd.
I think everyone who wants to help should be allowed to; it is not only women who are affected by breast cancer, childrens parents', relatives', sisters' etc. all die and that affects everyone.
(i may have got the wrong end of the stick, so correct me if i have)
I was going to do it until I was struck down by glandular fever. So I did the lazy option of getting a cancer research band!
Men can get breast cancer too. I didn't do it, but I know of people that have done and I sponsored them. Might be tempted to do it next year, injury permitting.
Anyone willing to answer why it is only for women?
Me and one of my friends are! Not doing nearly enough training but hey, as long as we get to the end, it doesn't matter how long it takes, right?
am gonna do it next year. was gonna do it this year but it wud make more sense to do it for my nan, who's 10yr anniversary of dying from cancer will be next year RIP NAN XXX
Im doing it again this year (this'll be my 4th) in Chelmsford, Essex on 26th June. Should be fun but im always knackered, ive had cancer and a number of people i know have so am basically running it for all of us.