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Join us in London's iconic Olympic Park for our flagship accessible event

Event Date
Start
Sep 4, 2021, 10:00:00 AM
End
Sep 4, 2021, 2:30:00 PM
Location
Registration Fee
£20 adult / £5 child
Minimum Target
£175

Challenge 75 is Whizz-Kidz' flagship accessible event. People of all abilities gather at London’s Olympic Park to run, walk or push their chair around the athletics track for 75 minutes.

After last year’s cancellation we are more excited than ever to get back to family friendly, track-lapping, fundraising action.

We'll start, finish and celebrate together knowing the money raised will help transform the lives of the 75,000 young wheelchair users across the UK. 

Challenge 75 is the perfect day out for friends and family. Each person can set their own fitness goal and still finish the challenge together!  

It’s only £5 for children aged 5-15, £20 for adults aged 16+, and under 5s can cheer on the family with the spectators at our cheer points! We even have a family ticket for only £45 (2 adults and up to 3 children).

The fundraising target for adults is £175+. These funds will go towards the transformational mobility equipment and services that Whizz-Kidz provides, supporting the 75,000 young wheelchair users in the UK.

 Get involved in 3 Simple Steps!

Register Online

It's quick and easy to register online - click here to get started! 

Start Fundraising

Create a Challenge 75 Fundraising Page on Just Giving to start fundraising easily!

Smash your £175 target! Tell friends, family and colleagues what you're doing and share your fundraising page. 

Prepare for the event!

Once you've registered and created a fundraising page, it's time to prepare for the event!

Set an individual goal that you want to achieve during the 75-minute challenge. Whether it's completing one 400m lap or 30, train toward it over summer!  

Join our Challenge 75 Strava group and get to know the rest of Team Whizz-Kidz!

Abbie took on the 75-minute challenge in 2019 and raised an incredible £540

Abbie's Challenge 75

I felt really proud of myself when I crossed the finish line as I felt I had achieved something that I can remember for years. My best bit of the day was actually taking part and seeing lots of other people with the same or similar disabilities to me.

Choose your own 75-minute challenge and get fundraising

Can't make it to London?

If you'd prefer to take on a 75 - minute challenge in your local area, then join us for our virtual event this September! We are launching Challenge 75 - Your Own Way later in summer but register your interest today and be the first to find out more!

Fundraising Support
Visit our fundraising support area to find answers to your questions and learn how to boost your fundraising!
Challenge 75 FAQs
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