Obstacle Events

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Want to raise money by doing something a bit different? There's a new type of event becoming more and more popular across the UK: the Obsactle Event.

Spartan Beast and Sprint Weekend

The Spartan returns to Kent in 2020 with the Beast and Sprint races! The Beast consists of a half marathon length course with 30 obstacles to navigate along the way, whilst the Sprint is for those who life to take life a little more leisurely...consisting of a 5km course with 20 obstacles to tackle.

It's great to run for fun with a group of friends in the Sprint, or let the competitive side of you run wild and take on the Beast. The Spartan Weekend is a great event for participants of all abilities to come along, have fun and test themselves to the limits!

The Spartan South East Weekend takes place on April 18th and 19th 2020.

Whether you’ve already got a place in this event or would like a charity place, BBS would love to have you on our team! To sign up for this event, please click here.

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Rough Runner South London

The Rough Runner (London South) is a race like no other!

Over either 5km or 10km, the event presents participants with 20 obstacles taken from famous TV shows such as Total Wipeout and Gladiator! This is a great event to take part in with a group of friends, helping each other through the toughest sections and raising money for charity whilst doing it!

With your race registration you are given entry to Runners Village with includes a new area, food, drink, activities & entertainment which makes it a day out for the whole family!

The Rough Runner takes place in Morden Park on 18th and 19th April 2020. To take part in this event for BBS, please click here.


To find out more about any of our fundraising events, contact Fundraising Manager Lucy Cooper

Email fundraising@britishblindsport.org.uk, telephone 01926 424 247 or complete the below form: