The Mo Run supports Men’s Health, Movember and related charities. I never thought I’d say this, I had a job to keep my moustache on!
About the race
When: – 11 November 2017
Where: – Ashton Court, Long Ashton, Bristol, BS41 9JN ~ Parking £2
Cost: – £16.50
Organisers website: – www.mo-running.com
Great atmosphere with a fancy dress competition and warm up.
The Bristol Mo Run is at the Ashton Court Estate which goes through pretty woodland areas.
Raising money for Men’s Health and Movember charities.
There’s also a 10k race held on the same day as well as Mini Ro runs for Mini runners.
Cute moustache medal and the race is chip timed.
The course begins very steep and it’s not until the halfway point that you end up on the decline.
There’s not a huge amount to do at race HQ.
My Race Stats:
Time: 38:48 | Position: 87/122 | Gender position: 44/72
Fastest Male: 21:15 | Fastest Female: 24:31 | Slowest Runner: 1:00:08
Organisers’ Social Media Information
Instagram: @Mo_Running | Twitter: @Mo_Running
Official hashtags: #MoRunning #MoMates
Mo Runs in Other Cities
Leeds 3 November | Dublin 3 November | Newcastle 4 November | Edinburgh 10 November | Cardiff 10 November | Glasgow 11 November | London 11 November | Bristol 11 November | Birmingham 17 November | Liverpool 17 November | Manchester 18 November | MiltonKeynes 18 November | Southampton 18 November | Nottingham 18 November | Brighton 24 November
Overall star rating:
This was a great charity race and I did enjoy playing dress up as the 118 guys! The route is really tough as it starts uphill pretty much and you’ve got a long climb until you have the relief of a hill. The medal is great though in the shape of a moustache.
Would I run it again? Yes, I’d definitely sign up for 2018’s race as the medal is too cute not to!
Please note that the above opinions on the race are my own and based upon my own running skill level (I would consider myself to be an average runner) and while I’ve made every effort to ensure anything contained within this post is accurate, please check the race organiser’s website for full information.
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