Coppafeel! chosen as official charity for next year's Bath Half Marathon
The breast cancer charity Coppafeel! has been chosen as the official main good cause of next year's Bath Half Marathon.
As entries open for next year's race, organisers have confirmed that the groupwhich brings a sea of boobs to the city for the event will be the official charity for the second year running.
This year, TV and radio presenter Dermot O'Leary ran the Bath Half for the second year for the charity, and was joined by Radio 1 DJ Greg James.
Two years ago, presenter Fearne Cotton ran for Coppafeel!, which aims to raise awareness of the need for women to check their breasts for signs of cancer.
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No date has yet been revealed for next year's race, but entries have opened just days after the 2013 event, which attracted more than 11,000 runners, including hundreds for Coppafeel! Hooters.
CoppaFeel! was founded in October 2009 by Kristin Hallenga, who was misdiagnosed twice with breast cancer at the age of 23 and who now lives with secondary breast cancer.
She said the charity was "over the moon" to be chosen.
"Let's hope we can get hundreds more Hooters on board and many thousands more people hearing our life-saving message."
Organiser Running High's charity director Mel Taylor said: "The whole team have such an incredible energy about them, bringing something really special and unique to the Bath Half and you can't help but be blown away by their presence."
There will be other official charities and causes are urged to ring Mrs Taylor on 422255 to discuss possibilities.
You can enter next year's race at www.bathhalf.co.uk for £40 until April 3, when the price rises to £42.