No matter how well established your charity is, organising an event will require some careful planning. Before your start to make your arrangements, read this handy checklist to ensure your function is as successful as possible. +
Preparing to compete in a sports event can be tough enough, but actually planning one of these occasions yourself takes things to a whole new level. Whether you’re coordinating the gathering for charity, to promote your organisation or for any other reason, you’ll need to give yourself plenty of time and make sure you know what you’re doing. To help you along the way, here’s your essential guide to arranging a sports event. +
This was the only organised event I had planned in 2015. Having missed 2014 and completed the previous two years, the year gap had me excited to give Total Warrior another go. The team this year was much bigger, which was great as I got the chance to meet some new fitness friends. +
The Ashes is a Test cricket series played between England and Australia. The Ashes are regarded as being held by the team that most recently won the Test series. +
Have your boots seen better days? Bring them to any Mountain Warehouse store and they’ll recycle them for you! All proceeds go to their chosen charity, the British Exploring Society.
Mo Farah invites you to run the epic stadium to stadium race. Sign up now at: northlondonhalf.com +
Having had a much needed mini-break from running, I feel like I’m now raring to go. I’ve still been getting in the gym three times a week and I’ve been mixing up my training quite a bit to keep my body guessing. +
No one is perfect. I’d need another 34 years, 7 flights, 4 trains and several car journeys and I still wouldn’t be close. +