South Coast Challenge

South Coast Challenge

Date/Time: Sat 25th & Sun 26th August 2018
Registration fee: £40-£80
Category: Trek
Location: South East
Minimum Sponsorship: £175 - £425

Starting from Eastborne early Saturday morning, this route takes us on the coastal path up onto the South Downs Way, via infamous Beachy Head and through Seven Sisters Country Park. There's 100km of Coastal paths, ups and downs, highs and lows to experience before the finish line.

It’s entirely up to you how to take on this challenge. Most will walk it, many will jog parts, and some will run the full 100km in a fully supported Ultra Marathon. It will be a unique test of stamina & determination.

If walking or jogging 100km sounds a little daunting to you, don’t worry. There are three routes and distances to accommodate all abilities. And remember, this is a challenge, not a race! Take your time and enjoy the beautiful scenery.

Please see below for more information on the three options available to you:

Distance

Registration Fee

Fundraising Target

Full Challenge

£80

£425

Half Challenge

£60

£275

Quarter Challenge

£40

£175

Whether you join as an individual or team, and no matter what distance you chose, we' ll fully support you all the way, and it might be the most rewarding weekend you've had in years. We will provide you with hints and tips for fundraising and training, as well as fundraising materials and a bespoke RCLCF sports t-shirt to wear on the day.

You’ll also be provided with free hot meals, drinks and snacks on the day and we’ll have physios, massages and medics on hand.

To register for The South Coast Challenge 2017 please click the 'Register now' button above to register with Action Challenge directly. One of our Sporting Events Fundraisers will then be in touch to help you with your registration, training and fundraising. (Please ensure you select Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation as your chosen charity) For more information please email sport@roycastle.org

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