Flashback Offer - Chase the Tunes 10k

Regular entry price £0.00 £10.00 Special Offer

This Summer we are inviting you to join us in a Birthday Flashback to Chase the Tunes.

Put on your favourite workout songs and blast out a 10k distance.

You can run it, walk it, cycle or TRI it. One session or several, you just need to complete the 10k distance this June, July and August.

This Virtual Distance Challenge is throughout the summer.
Please note you are paying to enter the Virtual Race.  The medal is a reward for completing the challenge and submitting evidence by the deadline date.  
Entrants must commit to completing a 10k distance (That's just over 6 miles) and that can either be a run, walk, cycle or tri.
We will even accept a combination of these, provided the complete distance is done during Summer 2019
All you need to do is sign up to the virtual race. Complete the distance during the summer months.
Send us proof. Wear your medal with pride.
Completion submission deadline is 4th August.
Medals are sent second class by Royal Mail.


Free UK shipping on all of our virtual races and virtual fitness challenge medals

£1 from every entry fee will be donated


Charity - Pseudomyxoma Survivor

Pseudomyxoma Survivor is a small charity, run by patients and caregivers supporting those affected by the rare cancer, pseudomyxoma peritonei (or (PMP), as well as other appendix cancers.

Here's what the lovely people at the charity have to tell us about their fantastic work:

Wait, I hear you say, there’s such a thing as appendix cancer? Can’t you just take out the appendix and everything will be fine?

Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. Originally, a tumour develops from a small growth on the inner lining of your appendix. At this early stage, the tumour is rarely discovered as it doesn’t cause any symptoms. Left untreated, the tumour grows and eventually bursts through the wall of the appendix into your abdominal cavity where more tumours then develop. Think of a dandelion growing and the wind spreading the seeds all across your garden.

These tumours then secrete a jelly-like substance called mucin which accumulates and causes symptoms, the abdomen swells and vital organs are compressed.

PMP is notoriously difficult to diagnose and so many patients are only referred to a specialist after the disease has spread quite widely. It’s a very slow growing disease and patients have been diagnosed many years after having an appendectomy.

We help those affected by PMP through providing both emotional and practical support, through raising awareness and through supporting research. As a small charity, run solely by volunteers, we’re completely dependent on voluntary donations so we’re very grateful that you have chosen to taken part in the Chase the Tunes race and shown your support.


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