Race to raise cancer cash

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MORE than 1,000 runners have signed up to take part in a sponsored 10k race in Sheffield to raise money for charity.

The event at the Graves Park cricket pavilion is aimed at raising cash for Weston Park Hospital’s Cancer Charity.

This year’s race, which has the highest number of entries since it began in 2009, will be started by former Olympic medal winner Jocelyn Hoyte-Smith, who has represented her country at 400m and has vowed to don her running shoes to take part in a 3k fun run before the main event.