Join Team OCA in 2019!

21 December 2018

In 2019, there are lots of exciting challenge events that you can get involved in while raising crucial funds for ovarian cancer research. From walks, runs and cycles to treks abroad there's something for everyone. And if it's your New Year’s resolution to get a bit more active then there's nothing more motivating then knowing that you're doing it for a great cause.


  • London to Oxford Cycle

    Cycle 100km from London to Oxford and put your pedal power behind our research into the early detection of ovarian cancer

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    Suzie Ride London
  • Simplyhealth Great North Run 2019

    The world's largest half marathon is back for the 39th time this year! Join thousands of other runners from across the UK and take part in the iconic Simplyhealth Great North Run.

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    Great North Run
  • Vitality London 10,000

    A popular 10K with both elite and amateur runners, the route starts in Birdcage Walk in the heart of London and passes famous landmarks including Big Ben, St Paul's and The London Eye, before finishing outside Buckingham Palace.

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    Running
  • Walk in Her Name

    Every year hundreds of supporters across the country join us and Walk In Her Name. Last year alone, 3,966 miles were walked - that's over 7,932,000 steps! We believe that overcoming ovarian cancer is about working together. So, we’re asking you to join our fight and organise a walk in the name of a loved one who has or has had ovarian cancer.

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    WIHN Barry
  • Royal Parks Half Marathon

    Starting and finishing in the stunning Hyde Park, you will join 16,000 runners to take part in the 13.1 mile route through Central London, taking in the spectacular sites of the capital and the beautiful Royal Parks.

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    Royal Parks promo
  • Women V Cancer Ride the Night

    The challenge is on to cycle 100km around London at night. The route will take you past many famous landmarks including Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace and many more. And for the first time there will also be an Edinburgh event in 2019

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    Ride the Night