Olympic Gold Challenge
21 February, 2012
Olympic Gold Challenge and Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice
On April 1st, as part of the first official Olympic stadium test event, Phyllis Tuckwell and Gold Challenge are giving two lucky people the chance to visit the Olympic stadium and be among the first people in the world to run 100m on the track that will see the stars of Team GB compete against world class athletes in the summer of 2012 (more details of prize below). Just sign up to Gold Challenge for us by 7 March and you will be put into a ballot to win this once in a lifetime prize. Ten runners-up will get the chance to walk around the track as part of a charity parade. Help London 2012 prepares to put on the greatest show on earth and do something special for Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice.
This challenge is great for teams or those individuals who want to push themselves. There are three possible levels depending on how adventurous you are feeling; 2012 km, 201.2 km or 20.12 km. The challenge is fully inclusive, with every team member’s efforts counting towards the total. If think that you or your class, work colleagues, friends or family can run, cycle, row, walk or swim to achieve the 2012 km Challenge then please register your place and support Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice by clicking here or call 01252 729 446.
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