Your chance to win a pair of Brooks Cascadia 12 GTX running shoes

Last updated: 20-Mar-18

By Kathryn Bullock

You have a chance to win a fabulous pair of Brooks Cascadia 12 GTX ultra running shoes in our prize draw. These popular running shoes were specifically developed for trail running and are especially suited for all weathers with the internal GORE-TEX® membrane. They’ve got a rugged outsole to tackle tricky terrain with a rock shield for stony paths and an updated pivot post for extra stability on uneven ground.     

Anyone who posts a race review on our race pages is automatically entered into our prize draw and the more race reviews you post the greater your chances of winning.

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Photo credit: Brooks.

How to win

To enter is simple – just post a race review on one of our race pages between now and Saturday 31 March 2018. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #RunHappy if you wish to share the link to your race review on social media.

That’s it. See our Ts and Cs so you know how you can have the best chance to win and when we’ll pick and announce a winner.

Run Well and #RunHappy

 

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