Chariots of Fire 2008 was a great success with a record 409 teams entering the race to raise money for Romsey Mill and Red Balloon - Cambridge.
An interview with Charles Hewitson - race director and partner of Hewitsons Solicitors.
Yesterday's event saw 2,500 entrants pound the course. After a record number of teams signed up this year, organisers are hopeful they will beat the £75,000 raised last year.
International entrepreneur and tough talking panellist on the popular TV series Dragons’ Den, Doug Richard, will be firing the starting gun for this year’s Chariots of Fire charity relay race.
The largest charity event in Cambridge this year sees many Cambridge University college teams taking part in the famous race which follows its historic route through Kings, Clare and Trinity colleges
This year’s Chariots of Fire charity race will see teams battling it out for a variety of prizes. Teams will be competing for the top spot in a number of categories to suit every type of runner.
With less than five weeks to go now until Cambridge’s largest annual charity relay race takes place, teams are taking to the streets to train for the challenge ahead.
Cambridgeshire’s largest annual charity relay race, Chariots of Fire, looks set to be one of its most successful years to date.
As the county gets fired up for Cambridge’s annual Chariots of Fire charity relay race, the organiser’s teams are preparing for the challenge of some friendly inter-sponsor rivalry!
This year Cambridgeshire’s largest charity relay race will see the recipient charities entering teams into the race and joining in the fun.
The supported charities for Chariots of Fire 2008 are entering wholly into the spirit of the event by participating in the race themselves.
Entries are flooding in for this year’s Chariots of Fire charity relay race and the team quickest off the mark to enter the event was Newmarket Plant Hire.
As Chariots of Fire 2008 is officially launched today, we are calling all budding competitors to join in the fun of this celebrated race.