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For more information, go to www.arthritisresearchuk.org

London2Cambridge Challenge

02 July 2016 to 03 July 2016
Olympic Park, London

London2Cambridge ChallengeStarting at the iconic Olympic Park, London you will head through Lee Valley, out of London and head through scenic countryside towards historic Cambridge.

How do I join Team A?

You can join Arthritis Research UK’s very own Team A by clicking on the ‘Join Team A’ button below, completing the online registration and selecting Arthritis Research UK as your chosen charity.

Join Team A

Simply pick the distance you would like to take on, pay your registration fee then the events team will be in touch!

What do I get?

All our Team A challengers receive:

  • an official welcome pack, including our Guide to Fundraising with tips and advice to help raise vital funds for Arthritis Research UK, sponsorship forms and posters to help promote your fundraising
  • top training, nutritional and health advice to make sure you’re ready for the big day
  • an official Arthritis Research UK orange top to wear on the big day
  • support from the Arthritis Research UK events team before, during and after your challenge

What else do I need to know?

There are different costs for this event as shown below

  • 100km - £69 registration fee and a minimum sponsorship target of £395
  • 50km - £49 registration fee and a minimum sponsorship target

You must:

  • be 16 years old to take part in this event
  • have 50% of your fundraising target in 6 weeks prior to the event date (20th May 2016)

You can:

  • enter as an individual
  • enter as a team
  • join an existing team
For more information, go to www.arthritisresearchuk.org.
Arthritis Research UK fund research into the cause, treatment and cure of arthritis. You can support Arthritis Research UK by volunteering, donating or visiting our shops.