Ultra Warrior Yorkshire - 5hr

The concept is simple. Run as many 10K laps as you can in 5hrs. The Reality. Well, not quite so simple!!

The Ultra courses have two check points, one at the start/finish line and one at the half way point. So you can complete half and full laps. The winner is the participant who completed the most number of complete or half laps in the fastest possible time. But that is just a small part of the challenge. The real challenge is a personal one, how many laps you can do?

If you complete:

  • 2 laps – You become a Bronze Warrior.
  • 3 laps – You become a Silver Warrior.
  • 4 Laps – You become a Gold Warrior.
  • 5 laps – You become a Platinum Warrior – (is this even possible!!)

TEAMS

Teams can either work together to make sure every member completes the course (carrying team mates if necessary!) or they can fight it out for the ultimate bragging rights.

  • 4 to 15 MEMBERS = 5% DISCOUNT
  • 16 to 25 MEMBERS = 10% DISCOUNT
  • 25+ MEMBERS = 10% + FREE PLACE(s) - Email [email protected] for more info.

OUR CHARITIES

Harrogate Hospital and Community Charity

Harrogate Hospital & Community Charity provide specialist equipment, training and services, going above and beyond the provision of the NHS to help improve treatment and facilities for all departments and services at Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust.

Brain Tumour Research and Support across Yorkshire

BTRS is Yorkshire’s leading brain tumour charity. They offer practical, financial and emotional support to both adult and child brain tumour patients, together with their families and carers.

Heel & Toe Children's Charity

Heel and Toe Children’s Charity provides over 12,000 hours of free therapy every year to children with cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities. Heel and Toe are not government funded and need to raise £500,000 every year to continue providing this free therapy.


Amber's Law - Raising awareness of Cervical Cancer in under 25's

Amber’s Law is an ongoing petition to change the NHS guidelines around cervical screening so that it is available to high-risk groups from the age of 18. Amber went to the doctors multiple times and was refused a screening on all of these occasions because her age was below the NHS guidelines.

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