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Brighton Half Marathon 2020

Take part in one of the most popular races in the UK.

Breast Walk Ever - Oxfordshire, 8 September 2019

Join our sponsored walk alongside the beautiful River Thames

Berlin Marathon 2019

Join our European marathon team

Whatever you’re looking for, we have a challenge event for you. Taking part on your own or with friends and family as part of a team? Our program of events has been curated with something to suit people of all ages and abilities.

So whether you’re looking to get back in the saddle on a local bike ride or to walk in the foothills of Everest, you’ll find your perfect event here.

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Getting active

Entering a charity challenge is a great way to get physically active and improve your health and wellbeing

Rough Runner

Throughout the UK

Rough Runner focuses on the fun and enjoyment elements of running via its obstacles. Organisers have done away with many of the traditional ‘military’ obstacles, such as ice baths, electric shocks and barbed wire. Instead, keeping the physical challenge, but dropping the pain.

Running a Marathon for charity

Running a Marathon is an awe inspiring accomplishment that remains one of the most popular yet demanding challenges a runner can undertake. Run for Against Breast Cancer and get support designed to help you achieve your goal.

Cycle California – September 2019

21st September 2019 San Francisco

Conquer California by bike on this ‘Golden’ ride and help raise funds for vital Breast Cancer Research. Cycle 404km over 5 days from the mountains of the Golden State, to the Pacific Coast and into spectacular San Francisco.

Ben Nevis Trek – September 2019

27th September 2019 Fort William, Scotland

The Ben Nevis challenge takes you into the heart of the breath taking Western Highlands in order to conquer the highest peak in Britain set at 1,343m (4,409ft) above sea level.