Bristol University geophysicists running the 2015 Bristol 10k

On Sunday 31st May, a team of geophysicists from the School of Earth Sciences at the University of Bristol will embark on the Bristol 10k raising money for For-ethiopia. Bristol University Microseismicity ProjectS (BUMPS) is an industry funded research consortium for microseismic monitoring of hydrocarbon reservoirs.

Team BUMPS run the Bristol 10k

The Bristol 10k – Sunday 31 May 2015

With 12,000 runners signing up to take part in 2014, the Bristol 10k is now one of the fastest growing and most popular of its kind in the UK. The race is a RunBritain grand Prix event and will include some of the top athletes in the UK

The geophysics group at the University of Bristol have had a long relationship with Ethiopia and felt this is a great opportunity to raise money and awareness for those in need in the fantastic country that it is.

You can sponsor them via their VirginMoneyGiving page and come down to Bristol on the 31st May to cheer them on in their yellow shirts! The route of the Bristol 10k can be seen here.

Rear of Team BUMPS


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