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The Standard Chartered Great City Race

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London's premier 5k corporate sporting challenge, The Standard Chartered Great City Race, is the only corporate sporting event to be held exclusively on the closed off streets in the City of London.

In the last three years all 6,500 places have sold out in record time. Due to its popularity, initially places will be offered to teams who have previously competed. Runners wishing to participate for the first time can register their interest and find out more about the race by visiting www.cityrace.co.uk.

The race is an important vehicle to help raise awareness and funds for Seeing is Believing (SiB), a global initiative set up by Standard Chartered Bank to help tackle avoidable blindness.

All the race's latest news and training tips can be found by joining the designated Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/StandardCharteredGreatCityRace

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