RUGBY League legend, Keving Sinfield OBE will be running through Bradford on his Ultra 7 in 7 challenge.

The route for his Ultra 7 in 7 challenge which will see him cover nearly 40 miles per day for seven days has been revealed. 

Sinfield will run from Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh to Old Trafford in Manchester, visiting Melrose, Newcastle, Middlesbrough, York, Leeds and Bradford and covering more than 60 kilometres per day.

He will begin his run on Sunday, November 13 starting from Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh to Old Trafford in Manchester in his Ultra 7 in 7 Challenge.

On days six, November 18, and seven, November 19 of his challenge to raise £777,777, Sinfield will be running through Bradford. 

At the end of day six, he will be running from Headingley Stadium to Valley Parade- coming from Stanningley Park before merging onto Town Street and then Bradford Road (B6157). 

He will run through Leeds Road before moving onto Leeds Old Road at the Odeon Cinema and continue along Barkerend Road as it becomes Church Bank at Bradford Cathedral. 

Following the road around the cathedral onto Lower Kirkgate and up Cheapside, Manor Road, and Manningham Lane (A650) before turning right onto Valley Parade. 

Day seven will see Sinfield starting the day at Valley Parade retracing the route from the end of Friday back into Bradford City Centre before heading down to Centenary Square and heading along Manchester Road. 

He'll turn right onto Park Road and Little Horton Lane, travelling past Co-Op Academy Grange on St Enoch’s Way. Continue along Wibsey Park Avenue, Farfield Avenue, and Carr House Lane before joining Witchfield Hill (A6036). Follow this road as it becomes Spring Head, Halifax Road, and Bradford Road. 

Viewers and supporters are encouraged to come along and watch Sinfield take on this epic challenge.

Donations can be made here and all the money will be donated to MND Association and Leeds Hospitals Charity’s appeal to build the Rob Burrow Centre for MND in Leeds.

However, there will also be donations to MND Scotland, My Name’5 Doddie Foundation and the Darby Rimmer MND Foundation plus support for the 4ED campaign to support former Gloucester and Leicester Rugby Union player Ed Slater, who was recently diagnosed with MND.

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