Gold Challenge is the only Olympic fundraising event to take part in the UK, and is fully affiliated with the British Olympic Association and all sports are being coordinate by their governing body so you will be in the best hands!
You can participate on your own or as part of a team and choose to take on 5, 10, 20 or 30 sports such as Basketball, Gymnastics, Boxing, Tennis or Sailing. Completing a sport will involve either taking a training course (for beginners) or competing in a match/tournament (for the more experienced). Whatever your fitness level there is a range of sports and levels for you to get involved whilst raising those vital funds for Maggie’s
Maggie’s Gold Challenge Team will be with you every step, hurdle or bounce of the ball with lots of motivation and fundraising hints and tips. So why not take on your biggest challenge for people facing theirs and get involved today?
To register and find out more please visit the Gold Challenge website.
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