South Coast Challenge | Fundraise For The Hunger Project
 

South Coast Challenge

Challenge yourself and take on some of England’s finest scenery! 

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Walk/Run or Jog 100km, Half & Quarter options

Eastbourne to Arundel 25-26 August 2018 (Bank Holiday Weekend)

 

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About The South Coast Challenge

Take on the 100km South Coast Challenge and take in some of England’s finest scenery. Do the whole distance in one go, or take the 2 Day Full Challenge option, sleeping overnight and walking the whole route in daylight.

Most will walk it, many will jog parts, and some will run the full 100km. Each participant will have a special reason to take on the Challenge, and whatever yours is, it will be a unique test of stamina & determination.

Starting from Eastbourne early Saturday morning, this route takes 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 & downs, and highs & lows to experience before the finish line. Whether you’re new to endurance events or a seasoned challenger (Walker, Marathon Runner stepping up  level or experience Ultra Runner), the journey will be unforgettable, and with some training and the support provided it’s achievable.

It costs £80 per person to register for the 100km Ultra and we ask you commit to raising £425 for The Hunger Project’s programmes across Africa, South Asia and Latin America, supporting those living on less than 80 pence a day with a hand-up! There are half and quarter options available too–Join Team Hunger Register Now for the South Coast Challenge Button

Half – £60 to sign up/£275 fundraising

Quarter £40 to sign up/£175 fundraising

 

You’ll be fully supported all the way, and it might be the most rewarding weekend you’ve had in years! Join up and challenge yourself in 2018!

For more information get in touch with Sophie: [email protected] 07525 443 068

 

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