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  • Title: Keep Your Eye On The Ball - Home Page
    Descriptive info: .. Sitemap.. |.. Register.. Login.. HOME.. |.. ABOUT KYEOTB.. MALE CANCER.. GET INVOLVED.. KYEOTB RUN.. Latest News.. KYEOTB SUPPORTERS.. PARTNERS.. PRESS OFFICE.. DOWNLOADS.. CONTACT US.. Keep up to date with us here!.. New London 5K start time route.. More.. RUN4ALIFE raises £9,000!.. FC Korono bare all for Everyman!.. More.. Add to:.. Thank you for ten years of support!.. Keep Your Eye On The Ball was set-up by The FA, PFA and Everyman in 2000 to raise awareness of testicular and prostate cancers within the football community.. In its ten years, the initiative has attracted fantastic backing from football fans and players alike.. As The Institute of Cancer Research’s (ICR) dedicated appeal, Everyman aims to raise funds for prostate and testicular cancer research that will make  ...   been shown to extend life for men with advanced prostate cancer.. Following a review of our fundraising strategy, we have decided to focus our limited resources on a small number of large events that will help us raise the funds our scientists need to continue making the discoveries that defeat cancer.. Consequently, we are no longer running Keep Your Eye On The Ball.. Please visit www.. everyman-appeal.. org and www.. icr.. ac.. uk for other ways to get involved.. We would like to thank everyone involved in supporting the initiative over the last decade and hope you will continue to help us raise funds for prostate and testicular cancer research at the ICR.. A Campaign run by.. Privacy Policy.. Terms & Conditions.. Website By Brightcode Ltd..

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  • Title: Enter Now
    Descriptive info: About the event.. Enter Now.. - Run Terms & Conditions.. Where is it?.. Fundraising.. Run For Your Team.. Everyman Needs you!.. London 2011 Race Report.. Sheffield 2011 Race Report.. Training.. Runners Area.. FAQ.. Contact us.. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -.. ».. Enter now.. Thank you for your interest in the KYEOTB Run.. Registrations for the London Sheffield runs are now closed.. Missed the boat?.. Pre-register.. your interest in the 2012 runs and we'll let you know when registrations are open.. Entering couldn't be easier.. select your  ...   name of your chosen football club on the registration form.. Click here.. to find out more.. The KYEOTB Run is organised to raise funds for Everyman, the UK's leading male cancer campaign.. Each runner is therefore given a target sponsorship of £100 per person and is encouraged to raise as much as possible for Everyman's vital research into prostate and testicular cancer.. Entry fee.. 5K - £15.. 10K - £18.. Please note, your place in the event is not confirmed until payment has been received.. Once your entry and payment has been processed you will receive a confirmation email from the KYEOTB Run Events Team.. Back to the KYEOTB Run Homepage..

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  • Title: About the event
    Descriptive info: Organised in partnership with The Professional Footballers Association (PFA), the KYEOTB Run has a unique football theme which enables you to enter the run as an individual as well as on behalf of your favourite football club.. Launched in 2007, the KYEOTB Run has grown from strength to strength over the years.. Now in its fifth year, the event has grown in distance too with runners now able to take part in either a 5K or 10K.. New to 2010 was the launch of an additional location - Rother Valley Country Park in Sheffield which proved a great accompaniment to the original London run.. The KYEOTB Run is  ...   and is encouraged to raise as much as possible for Everyman’s vital research into testicular and prostate cancer.. What distance will you take on and where…?.. Victoria Park, London.. Sunday 5 June 2011.. 5.. 6K start: 10.. 30am.. 10K start: 10.. 35am.. Rother Valley Country Park, Sheffield.. Sunday 17 July 2011.. 5K start: 10.. 00am.. 10K start 10.. 10am.. Registration.. Registrations have now closed.. To keep up to date on next years event,.. pre-register.. your interest.. Thank you.. Our thanks go out to Sweatshop for supplying gift vouchers for the runners and to Abbey Well for supplying the water for the goody bags.. Back to the KYEOTB Run Homepage..

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  • Title: Run Terms & Conditions
    Descriptive info: Run Terms & Conditions.. Run Terms Conditions.. Disclaimer: I accept that I am entering the Keep Your Eye On The Ball Run at my own risk and that the organisers shall not be liable for any accident, injury, loss or damage incurred as a result of my own participation.. 1.. By entering the event I agree to abide by the terms and conditions and any instructions given to me by the race organisers.. 2.. Entry: each runner must complete a separate entry form.. We will email you to confirm your place.. Your running number and race day information pack will be sent out approximately four weeks prior to  ...   I must be accompanied by a parent / guardian who is also taking part in the event.. 4.. Entry fee: this secures your participation in the event and is non refundable or transferable.. I understand that the charity has set a target sponsorship of £100 which I will endeavour to reach.. 6.. Use of images: by entering the event I give permission for the free use of my name, voice and/or picture in any broadcast, telecast, advertising promotion or other account of this event.. 7.. Event cancellation: Everyman reserves the right to cancel the event at any time at its sole discretion.. Back to KYEOTB Run online registration form..

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  • Title: Where is it?
    Descriptive info: - Where is it - Victoria Park.. - Where is it - Rother Valley Country Park.. Need to know where you're going? Click on your run location to find out more.. London.. Sheffield.. Back to the KYEOTB Run Hompage..

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  • Title: Fundraising
    Descriptive info: fundraising.. All participants in the event are encouraged to raise £100 for Everyman’s vital research into prostate and testicular cancer.. But you don’t have to stop there!.. Once signed up to the event you will receive a full fundraising pack to get you started which will include sponsorship forms, information on how to set up your own online fundraising page and hints and tips to boost your fundraising total.. Once registered in the event you will also receive log in details so you can download your  ...   to answer all your fundraising questions.. So you can always just pick up the phone or drop us an.. email.. if you need help.. Set up your Justgiving page now!.. It only takes 15 minutes and it's a great way to kick start your fundraising.. Runners log-in page.. If you're registered on the run and need additional sponsorship forms or fundraising pack,.. click here.. and enter your user name and password given to you in your confirmation email.. Find out more about the work of Everyman..

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  • Title: Run For Your Team
    Descriptive info: - Run for your team Sheffield.. run for your team.. All participants in the run have the option to sign up as an individual runner AND on behalf of their chosen football club.. Similar to The FA Cup, fans of lower division teams will found themselves pitted against the top Premiership clubs in the battle to see who is fastest over 5.. 6K and 10K.. With over 40 clubs represented in 2010, it got pretty competitive out on the course.. So make sure you sign up to run for your team today.. Each football club needs to have five runners to qualify for the competition.. Victoria Park, London runners - check out the table below to see how many runners your club has.. If you haven't reached the five  ...   Aston Villa.. Millwall.. Barnet.. Tottenham.. 8.. Brighton Hove Albion.. Charlton Athletic.. Crysyal Palace.. Derby County.. Fulham.. Leyton Orient.. Liverpool.. Manchester United.. Notts County.. Portsmouth.. QPR.. Southampton.. Southend.. Swindon Town.. West Ham.. Wolves.. 10K Run.. 15.. Bolton.. Brechin.. 11.. Cambridge United.. 18.. Celtic.. 10.. West Ham United.. 16.. Colchester.. Crystal Palace.. Doncaster Rovers.. Everton.. Gillingham.. Hibernian.. Hull City.. Ipswich.. Leeds United.. Leicester City.. Motherwell.. Newcastle United.. Northampton Town.. Nottingham Forrest.. Watford.. If your club doesn’t reach the minimum number of five runners then, don’t worry, you can still run for your team on the day – just not in the competition.. Football fans are always arguing amongst themselves about who’s the better fan.. So put the terrace talk to the test at the same time as supporting a vital cause..

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  • Title: Everyman Needs you!
    Descriptive info: everyman needs you!.. One man dies of prostate cancer every hour in the UK.. Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in men between the ages of 15-44.. Shocking statistics.. Despite these alarming figures, awareness among men remains low and research in this area is severely under-funded..  ...   vital research into prostate and testicular cancer as well as the Everyman Centre, Europe’s first and only centre dedicated to research into male cancer.. Find out about Everyman’s work in the fight to stamp out male cancer.. Professional footballers and testicular cancer survivors, Matt Duke and Neil Harris..

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  • Title: London 2011 Race Report
    Descriptive info: - London 2011 - 5.. 6K Results.. - London 2011 - 10K Results.. London 2011 race report.. What a great way to end the football season!.. For the first time this year we had the 5K runners setting off at the same time and place as the 10K runners and what an atmosphere it created.. An extra congratulations goes out to the 5K runners who courageously took on an additional 600metres as the normal route had to be changed due to repair to the park pathways.. Over 300 runners joined professional footballers in Victoria Park, London, and it was great to see so many men supporting such a worthy cause.. Unfortunately Neil Harris, Millwall striker and Everyman patron, couldn’t take part this year due to injury but not to let the Millwall FC side down there was great representation along the course by footballer Tony Craig and chief exec Andy Ambler.. The 5.. 6K run set off at a quick pace and our very first winner for this event was Michael Woodruff in  ...   top two runners were neck and neck throughout the whole course and it was only towards the end when Lee Haze broke away to finish first in an amazing time of 33:14 – beating his 2010 time by over two minutes.. Michael O’Neil came in second with a fantastic time of 33:22 and Rob Sherwood finished third with 34:39.. The sponsorship from the event is still coming in but we hope to raise over £50,000 for Everyman's vital research into prostate and testicular cancers.. Thank you to everyone who took part and we look forward to seeing you all again in 2012!.. Thanks also go to the following companies, football teams and individuals who supported the event to make the day such a great success:.. The Professional Footballers Association.. The Victoria Park Harriers Running Club.. Millwall Football Club.. Dr Des Thompson (Millwall team doctor).. Genny Hart (sports masseur).. Deano Standing.. Flloyd – Charlton Athletic mascot.. Our volunteer photographer: Richard Groom.. Our volunteer marshals: Chris Anderson, Bisi Imafidon, Denise Cannadine, Deuane Taylor Lirin Cyriac..

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  • Title: Sheffield 2011 Race Report
    Descriptive info: - Sheffield 2011 - 5K Results.. - Sheffield 2011 - 10K Results.. Sheffield 2011 race report.. Phew the rain stayed away!.. 100 men joined professional footballer Matt Duke in Rother Valley Country Park, to not only get active but also raise awareness and funds in the fight against male cancer.. The staff and runners were all geared up for a very wet race but, fortunately, the rain stayed away and we were all set for the second KYEOTB 5K and 10K Run in Sheffield.. The 5K run set off at a very quick pace and the winner, Michael Fitzgerald who came all the way from America to participate, smashed the current course record finishing in an impressive 17 minutes and 51 seconds.. There was a short wait for Matt Nichols to  ...   It appeared that this was the day for breaking records as the 10K course record was also beaten.. This time by Jason Chow who finished in 37:38 – congratulations Jason.. Second to finish was Dean Drabble in 39:01 who just managed to achieve his target of finishing in under 40 minutes.. Dean was closely followed by Pete Walton who finished in 39:28.. Well done to all the runners who have helped raise money towards research into testicular and prostate cancer.. A thank you also goes to the following companies, football teams and individuals who supported the event to make the day such a great success:.. Pennine Events.. Sheffield United.. Timing by Steve Ashcroft.. St John’s Ambulance.. Abbey Wells Water.. Virgin Active.. Sweatshop.. All the volunteers who helped out on the day..

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  • Title: Training
    Descriptive info: training.. We have a fantastic new site where you can download training plans and ask questions about running including nutrition and injury prevention.. Click here to be transferred to our running community website..

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