Anniversary run at the Olympic Park

Ten thousand members of the public will take part in the National Lottery Anniversary Run on July 21. The five-mile run will end at the Olympic Stadium and will be the first sporting event to be held at the newly-reopened Olympic Park this summer.

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10,000 people secure places for Anniversary Run

The company in charge of the website says successful entrants for this summer's fun run at the Olympic Park should have received a confirmation email.

By 7.30pm last night 10,000 people had successfully secured the places available in the NationalLottery Anniversary Run. All successful entrants were sent confirmation emailswhen they registered however, as expected with all large automated mailouts ofthis kind, a small proportion may not have received them due to spam filters orthe email address being incorrect. We have asked runners that have not receivedtheir confirmation to email or call us so that we can confirm their entry withthem directly

– Nova International spokesperson

Fun run website apologise for website crash

Due to technical difficulties with the website caused by exceptionally high demand, we temporarily stopped taking entries for the National Lottery Anniversary Run this morning and apologise for any inconvenience this has caused.

The public are clearly excited about the opportunity to be one of the first to run into the Stadium since the London 2012 Games ended. We are working hard to get the site up and running and will continue to keep the public up to date.

– Nova International spokesperson

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