Macmillan Cancer Support is all about removing obstacles to ensure that anyone with a cancer diagnosis and those nearest to them can get the support they need. The Macmillan Adrenaline Rush is an obstacle race series that enables entrants to raise funds for this vital work while having the time of their lives. Now the series comes to London with new locations, obstacles and a Young Rushers race.
With a minimum of 20 obstacles in each race and new challenges including a zip wire, giant ball pit and the famous gunge tank, entrants are guaranteed to have their strength, stamina and mental resolve put to the test at every turn.
Competitors can choose between 5k and 10k distances and there are two venues. Budding Olympians can sprint to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Saturday, 21 May or for a more rural experience gallop over to Kempton Park Racecourse on Saturday, 16 July.
Entrance fees start at £45 but rise closer to the event and discounts are available for group entries. A guaranteed 35% of all entrance fees will go to Macmillan to help ensure that no-one faces cancer alone. Participants have the opportunity to complete the course as an individual or as part of a team.
Macmillan has launched ‘Young Rushers’ this year to enable children to take part, when entering with a responsible adult. The London 5K ‘Young Rushers’ races will feature assault course favourites such as plank walks and rope mazes, plus the giant slide Everest and Adrenaline Rush’s signature Leap Of Faith. Tickets cost £70, which covers the entrance of one adult (18+) and one child (14+).
For more information or to sign-up visit the Adrenaline Rush website