Run for hospice.
Rosie Barber (pictured), of New Hey Road, will take on the 26-mile course on April 22 to raise money for St Joseph's Hospice in London.
She explained: "My sister Carolyne teaches palliative care to nurses at the hospice so I'd like to help out. I want to raise more than pounds 1,000."
The 29-year-old took up running two years ago, completing the Great North Run in 2005. Rosie has been training since the start of the year, running five times a week, including a 15-mile jog along the Leeds-Liverpool Canal, between Bradford and Yeadon.
She said: "The run itself is tiring, but afterwards I feel great."
For more information visit www.justgiving.com/Barber