100 runners take on 10km in Westminster to support gender equality

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100 runners take on 10km in Westminster to support gender equality

This year we've looked at many ways the centenary of the first women getting the vote has been marked.

And this weekend, we have a new one- a team of 100 high-profile runners will be taking on a 10 kilometre challenge to raise money global gender equality.

The team is called Westminster 100 and Laura Haynes, who is the Chair of the United Nations Women National Committee UK and Jessica Frey the General Manager at Virgin Sport joined us.

The team raising valuable money for UN Women UK includes inspirational women in business, sport and media!


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