Chariots of Fire is one of Cambridgeshire’s largest annual charity events. Teams of six each run a 1.7 miles course in relay format. Chariots of Fire is organised and managed by HCR Hewitsons Charitable Trust.
The health, safety and wellbeing of all participants, supporters and volunteers will continue to be our top priority. Should we need to cancel Chariots of Fire 2021 due to COVID-19 we will ask you how you would like us to treat your registration fee, we will either issue you a refund or transfer this fee directly to EAAA (excluding any administrative costs incurred).
The race starts promptly at 9.30am on Sunday 19th September on Queens' Green, Cambridge
Chariots of Fire is only a few weeks away. Should you be planning to enter a team but have not yet done so, you have until Wednesday 15th September before registrations close.
The EAAA team will be running in Chariots with a defibrillator instead of the normal baton, to raise awareness for CPR and defibrillator training which the event is helping to fund.
On Sunday 19th September Shaun Whiter, the Ipswich Town youth football coach, former Newmarket FC player and former East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) patient, will officially start the 2021 Chariots of Fire relay race in Cambridge.