We have signed print worth £160 to give away to one lucky Athletics Weekly reader

Celebrate the 25th staging of the Bupa Great South Run by taking home a specially commissioned painting produced by acclaimed artist Jim Edwards.

The world’s leading 10-mile running event’s most iconic image is of runners streaming past Nelson’s flagship. Using acrylic paint on a self-made canvas, the Newcastle-born painter has reimagined the sight of runners passing through the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, with HMS Victory soaring above them and Spinnaker Tower in the distance.

There are only 200 of these limited edition signed prints available. Each Giclée print is 15”x15”, printed on 300lb archival paper and priced at £160 including VAT, special delivery postage and packaging.

Further information can be found at greatrun.org/painting, where you can also purchase a print, or Athletics Weekly readers have the chance to own a painting for FREE if they are the lucky winner of our competition.

To enter

Simply answer the question below correctly for your chance to win a print of Jim Edwards’ painting:

In what year did Sonia O’Sullivan break the world best time for 10 miles?

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Entries will go direct to event organiser Great Run, with data collected to be used for this competition only and not for any other purpose.

This competition closes on Friday November 7, 2014.