Have you got what it takes to tackle the LRWA’s Virtual Dragon Team Challenge? Find out more about what’s involved and how to sign up…
Following taking the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Dragon Boat Regatta, the LRWA’s charity boat race which raises funds for good causes, due to the ongoing measures being taken to minimise the spread of coronavirus, the LRWA has announced a new and exciting virtual challenge open to anyone who can form a team of up to eleven participants.
The LRWA Virtual Dragon Team Challenge enables participants to test themselves individually and contribute to a team result and win medals. The challenge requires each team to submit the top 11 distances completed in a 30 minute period by either running, walking, swimming or cycling, and the distances must be measured in km. You can find out more about the challenge here.
The LRWA Virtual Dragon Team Challenge is free to enter and will run between the 10th – 30th August. The registration site is now open for participants and the LRWA says this is “a fantastic opportunity to have fun, work as a team towards a common goal and raise the profile of our industry.”
The LRWA will add a 10km bonus to the overall total of the team that raises the most money for Mates in Mind, the LRWA’s chosen charity for 2020. Whilst it is not mandatory to fundraise, the LRWA says all proceeds will go towards the Mates in Mind Covid-19 Relief Fund.
A donation page has been set up for the event.
Click here to register for the LRWA’s Virtual Dragon Team Challenge.