The Chinese New Year is in February this year and it is the Ox's turn to take centre stage. Are you ready to keep your New Year fitness going through February with this accumulation challenge? We have a great medal lined up for this Challenge event with three distances to choose from - 30km, 60km and 100km. You will have four weeks to accumulate your chosen distance (all of February) so you can spread it out however you wish.
We've gone for the traditional Chinese look for this 'Year of the Ox' medal. A Chinese style home with the lanterns hanging on the roof (if you can't read mandarin, the lanterns say 'Happy New Year'). We have a large 3D ox (not in proportion to the house!) and an epoxy badge in the top left which states the distance you chose. The distance is written in English and mandarin. It's a very traditional medal with the colours that depict the Chinese New year.
For each Zodiac challenge, we will be giving out ten (10) prize packs worth £25! Everyone who completes their distance before the end of the event will be in the lucky draw to win one of the packs of RFTW goodies.
10% of your entry fee to this event will be sent to the Run For The World Charity Pot. The total raised will be shared equally between our two amazing charities chosen for 2021. These are The Third Age Trust and Anthony Nolan. If you know of a charity that would be interested in partnering with us for 2022, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
5% of each entry fee (excluding VAT paid and shipping) for this event will be paid by Run For the World to The Third Age Trust (charity number 01759471).
5% of each entry fee (excluding VAT paid and shipping) for this event will be paid by Run For the World to Anthony Nolan Trading Limited, a company wholly owned by Anthony Nolan (charity numbers 803716/SCO38827). Anthony Nolan Trading Limited gift aids its taxable profits to Anthony Nolan.