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The Great Northern Mud Run 6km

Join Team Yorkshire Cancer Research and tackle the ultimate obstacle course, The Great Northern Mud Run, here in the heart of Yorkshire! Ready to be a Warrior for a Cause?

About The Great Northern Mud Run

With over 16,000 participants in 2023, the Total Warrior Great Northern Mud Run is one of the UK’s biggest obstacle course events. Suitable for all fitness lives, you’ll tackle 15 obstacles including fire, ice and plenty of mud as you make your way through the course.

By Joining team Yorkshire Cancer Research, you’ll receive

  • A FREE Yorkshire Cancer Research top sent out a few weeks before the event
  • A Total Warrior finishers T-shirt and headband
  • Support from our dedicated events team, who will be on hand to help with creating your fundraising page and achieving your goals

Participants in the 6km Mud Run must be 14 years or older.

You can also take on the 12km run for Yorkshire Cancer Research.

Join the Yorkshire Cancer Research team!

By joining Team Yorkshire Cancer Research, every mile you run and every obstacle you conquer will help fund vital research and pioneer innovative new services for people with cancer. These life-giving medical breakthroughs are helping more people survive cancer – here in Yorkshire, and beyond.

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A Yorkshire Cancer Research fundraiser during a Total Warrior event A Yorkshire Cancer Research fundraiser during a Total Warrior event

Why Yorkshire needs you

Yorkshire is one of the regions hardest hit by cancer - sadly more people in our region are likely to have their lives cut short by cancer than almost anywhere else in England.

By fundraising for Yorkshire Cancer Research, you are helping to change this. Your support enables us to fund pioneering cancer research that saves lives right here in Yorkshire, in your town, your city and your community.

Kellie was a force of nature, and I want some good to come from the fundraising in her memory. No matter how small, in some way, I want to help more people survive cancer."

Total Warrior fundraiser
Lee Hammon, Yorkshire Cancer Research fundraiser, training in the countryside