The Wiltshire Challenge is back for 2014. Working in partnership with DC Leisure, Calne and Downton’s leisure centres, Wiltshire residents of all ages can sign up free from 7 April to take part in either:
The Wiltshire Sports Challenge – run, cycle, row, walk, swim (individual or team of up to four people)
The Junior Wiltshire Sports Challenge (15 yrs and under) – run, cycle, row, walk, swim (individual)
The Wiltshire Swim Challenge – swim only (Individual)
The Wiltshire Walking Challenge – walk only (Individual)
Run over 12 weeks, this year’s challenge is about seeing how far you can go. Each challenge has 29 stages which lead to Glasgow, the home of this year’s Commonwealth Games. Each challenge will have incentive prizes at certain distances including challenge wristbands, waterbottles and kitbags. All you have to do is get to that point to receive that prize.
Each challenge has a bronze standard, silver standard and gold standard. You may choose only to go as far as the silver standard for instance, it is up to you.
Everyone that reaches at least the bronze standard of their challenge will receive a medal and certificate at one of the two presentation events to be held in early September. Everyone who achieves their gold standard will be entered in to a prize draw to receive a free membership as one of the participating leisure centres.
Find out the challenge distances
This year’s sports challenge can be entered either as an individual or as a team of four. The challenge is open to enter from 7 April ready to start your challenge on 21 April until 13 July 2014.
When you sign up, you will create your own user name and password. This will give you access to your own distance log where you can to enter all of your session/distance information.
If you sign up for the challenge why don’t you pledge to complete your challenge as part of the Big Pledge too?
Participating leisure centres
Find out which leisure centres are participating in the 2014 Wiltshire Challenge.
Terms and conditions
Please note the distances of the challenges are not actual distance of Trowbridge to Glasgow, but have been created for the purpose of making the challenges achievable and fun.