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In the meantime have a read of our Top 5 Challenge 75 - London questions below.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does the 75 minutes work?
All participants will start at the same Start/Finish arch which will be situated on the track.
When the starting bell sounds all participants will start (like most events it may take you a few minutes to cross the start line). You will then continue round the track for 75 minutes until you hear the finish bell, when this sounds you can stop and make your way back round to finish under the Start/Finish arch where you will receive a medal and goody bag.
We will have music, fun and cheer points to keep you motivated for the whole 75 minutes and we hope you have loads of fun!
How does the distance I've covered in 75 minutes get calculated?
We have a chip timing strip at the Start/Finish arch, so your laps will be counted every time you cross the strip. At the end of the 75 minutes you'll receive a text with a link to your race results which will show how many laps you completed, the distance you went and your official finish time (which may be more than 75 minutes as you'll need to come back round the track to finish under the start/finish arch when the buzzer goes).
If you think it will take you more than 75 minutes to complete 1 lap please note that you may not get an official finish distance, but we are more than happy to help you calculate this.
How will I know how much time I've got left while i'm doing the challenge?
We will have a big countdown clock situated by the Start/Finish arch so you will be able to see the minutes and seconds counting down as you go round the track. We will all countdown the last ten seconds nice and loud and the finish will be signalled by a loud bell.
What happens when the 75 minutes is up?
When the 75 minutes is up you'll make your way back round the track to the Start/Finish arch to receive your medal and goodybag. You can then make your way towards our festival areas around the track where we have food and drink, music and a photo station for you to celebrate your amazing acheivement.
Why does the challenge go for 75 minutes?
The event time is 75 minutes to represent the estimated 75,000 young wheelchair users in the UK. This event aims to raise vital funds to help Whizz-Kidz to continue to support these wheelchair users through mobility equipment provision, youth clubs and life skills services. Every minute counts!
How do I find out more about Challenge 75 - London?
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