Run solo, or in a relay team of 2 to 8 and/or in the Day or Night 10k events.

Join #TeamARUK for an incredible running experience!

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If you already have a place in this event but would like to support Alzheimer’s Research UK, we’d love to have you on the team! There’s no minimum sponsorship target and we can provide help and support with your fundraising.

Equinox 24 2019
Equinox 24 2019
Equinox 24 2019

Date:
21 - 22 September 2024

Registration fee:
£45 for solo, from £30 per person for teams

Minimum sponsorship:
£250 per person
£200 for teams

Location:
Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire

Event details

Equinox24 is a 24 hour run event around a mixed terrain 10k loop against the clock. There is also a daytime 10k race and a night 10k race. The event is open to all abilities: whether entering to run solo or in a team of 2-8, whether you aim to win or just to take part, this race will be exhilarating, testing and rewarding with a great atmosphere. The 10k route will take you around the picturesque Belvoir Castle Estate in Leicestershire. The 24hr event starts midday Saturday to midday Sunday.

Equinox terms and conditions
The Participant is required to reach at least 50% of the fundraising target at least 6 weeks prior to the Event. If registering within 6 weeks of the Event, the Participant must raise 50% of the target 2 week prior to the Event. Failure to do this can result in the removal from the Event or the option to pay full price for your place.
The Participant is required to reach the full fundraising target no later than 2 weeks after the Event.

When you join #TeamARUK you’ll receive…

  • Help and support from a dedicated fundraising team.
  • A fundraising pack bursting with hints and tips.
  • A free Alzheimer’s Research UK running vest or technical t-shirt.
  • Access to fundraising materials, cheer packs for friends and family, and more.

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