With the Greater Manchester Run fast approaching later this month, many who have stopped attending or watching the event may be wondering when the last run actually took place.
Like many other incidents in Manchester last year, the corona virus has been severely hampered by complications of epidemics.
The 10km race – the largest marathon of its kind in Europe – with half marathons and junior runs, was originally scheduled for March 24, 2020.
The organizers then postponed it until September 6, 2020, and then finally canceled it altogether.
The Great Manchester Run usually sees tens of thousands of runners of all ages and abilities take to the streets of Manchester.
Fortunately, the event is set to return this month and will take place on Sunday, September 26, with an expected turnout of 30,000 people.
The event will be televised live by the BBC as runners take the first steps of the year along the long, long route along the city center route.
Route 10 will take you to Manchester United’s Old Trafford Stadium, the Imperial War Museum in Salford Quiz and The Lorry.
Meanwhile, the half marathon route will take runners from both of the city’s most famous football stadiums, as well as the layout of a new set on Coronation Street.
The Menconian event will also feature some popular music to partner with some local artists to give voice to the partners’ race in a resonant atmosphere.