Stand out for autism! - Women's Running

Stand out for autism!

Author: Women's Running Magazine

Read Time:   |  December 2, 2015

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Running on the iconic Silverstone race track is a fantastic opportunity.

If you’re an experienced runner, the fast, flat course is a chance to achieve a personal best. NAS pacemaker David Mason will set a sub-1.30 pace – see if you can keep up with him!

And if you’re new to running – don’t worry! Our Silverstone stars Flynn and Lauren (pictured) are plus-size and fabulous, and will encourage you round the course at a walk/jog pace with the aid of NAS pacemaker Tom Madders.

Your support will help us raise awareness of one of the least understood conditions in Britain. 99% of people have heard of autism – but 87% of autistic adults say the general public don’t understand. Want to be a part of bridging that gap, and raise money for our vital services? Then please, join us at Silverstone this year!

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