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Around 25 staff and students from the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research donned their running shoes and team t-shirts to run 10K in support of Muscular Dystrophy UK. The 2017 Oxford 'Town and Gown' race on Sunday 14th May attracted more than 4000 runners, from first-timers to serious athletes. The Ludwig team were rewarded for all their training efforts by beautiful sunshine and a fantastic crowd.

Congratulations to all our runners! The fastest Ludwig athlete was Carlos Ruiz Puig (front row, left).

Ludwig Oxford runners posing for a photo taken before the Town and Gown race in front of the steps of the Dunn School of Pathology, with one person in a dragon fancy dress costume

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