Tracy-Marie Dickenson who has just recently won the title of Yorkshire’s Toughest Mum after taking part in a Tough Mudder challenge in front of the Good Morning Britain cameras which beams out to millions every morning, has now signed up for her next challenge. She will be taking part in the Bradford City Runs for the Burns Unit, One In A Million and Bradford City FC Projects.
Tracy-Marie who is a a mother of 5, a full time employee at Provident Financial, CCTV operator at Bradford City FC and now been selected to take part in the Team GB Rowing team has decided to join Co-founder Wayne Jacobs, Bradford City and One In A Million staff to help raise funds for the Burns Unit and disadvantaged children and young people from Bradford.
Tracy suffered a knee injury when ice skating and was told by doctors that she would never run again but through sheer hard work and determination she proved them wrong and appeared on the Good Morning Britain Tough Mums feature. She took part in the race alongside the presenters Susanna Reid, Kate Garraway and Ben Shepherd and Celebrity mums Michelle Heaton, Sam Bailey and Kimberley Whyatt.
Bradford City Runs is an organised run around the City starting at City Park and has been designed for all abilities to take part. Choose from a 5k,10k or Half marathon distance. All registration monies collected are donated to the runs official charity partner the Plastic Surgery and Burns Research Unit which was founded 30 years ago by Professor David Sharpe following the fire disaster at Bradford City Football Club in 1985.
Alongside this, Bradford City Football Club and One In A Million are asking people to gain sponsorship to help raise £100 per entrant which will be split between One In A Million and Bradford City FC Projects.
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