Superhero triathlon to be hosted by Clare Balding

07 Aug 2018
Superhero triathlon to be hosted by Clare Balding
  • The superhero triathlon is open to anyone living in the UK with a disability
  • Meningitis Research Foundation is a charity partner for the event
  • MRF Ambassador Sofia Crockatt is also an Ambassador for the event
  • Join us on 18 August 2018, Dorney Lake, Windsor

 

Sports presenter Clare Balding is to front Channel 4’s Superhero Triathlon coverage.

The fun, full-throttle sporting event invites members of the public with any kind of disability to take part.The event involves swimming, cycling and running. Entrants can be solo or team up with disabled and non-disabled family and friends so that they are able to do as much or as a little as they are comfortable with. There are no cut-off times and all types of equipment are welcome, from day chairs, handcycles and trikes to walking frames, race runners and blades.

The event will be held at Dorney Lake in Windsor on August 18. It is a truly beautiful setting with open water swimming, an outdoor cycle and running track.

Titans of sport and screen - including our patron Jonnie Peacock - will be joining forces with everyday superheroes with disabilities to take on a highlight of the day: the Celebrity Superhero Tri!

"People with disabilities call the shots at this triathlon "

Meningitis Research Foundation Ambassador Sofia Crockatt will be taking part in this amazing event alongside family and friends. They have put together and incredible six teams to take part and cheerleaders are welcome to watch the race. You can also watch it on Channel 4.

Image credit: @tindogphoto

For more information, contact Chloe using the link below, or visit the Superhero Series website.
Chloe Milloy
Membership Fundraiser

Hi, I’m Chloe and I’m looking after this event.

If you’ve got a question or want to know more, please don’t hesitate to email me or call me.

Tel: 0333 405 6245
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