Run London - Events - 2006 - North Vs South

North Vs South

This year's event consisted of runners from the North and the South of London competing against each other around a 10k circuit in London's Hyde Park. The average time was calculated for all runners in both teams to determine the winner. The race was held in four waves: wave one starting at 10.15, wave two at 11.05, wave three at 11.55 and wave four at 12.45. Runners from the North were wearing Green shirts and were supported by Paula Radcliffe. Sebastion Coe was cheering on the South, who wore Orange shirts. The winning team was the South, with an average time of 56 minutes 09 seconds. The average time for the North was 56 m 26secs.

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