Cambridge University colleges have been racing to sign up for the city’s charity relay race, Chariots of Fire. Queen’s, Churchill, St John’s, Clare, Jesus, Trinity and King’s have already entered.
Britain’s top Olympic swimming legend, Duncan Goodhew, will be sounding the horn to start one of the region’s most highly anticipated charity races of the year – Chariots of Fire.
The Chariots of Fire race will hold extra special meaning this year for two runners, having both experienced first hand the fantastic work of the Rosie Maternity Hospital.
Ten different categories make up the Trophy titles that are up for grabs at this year’s Chariots of Fire relay race.
Charles Hewitson, partner at Hewitsons the main sponsors for Chariots of Fire was recently interviewed by the local radio station Star Radio.
With Chariots of Fire fast approaching, a local leisure and fitness centre, Frank Lee Leisure & Fitness, say it is not too late to register a team and start getting prepared for the race.
Continuing with tradition, dozens of lawyers from leading regional law firm Hewitsons will once again be donning their running gear to take part in Cambridge’s Chariots of Fire relay race.
A woman whose pregnancy saved her life as it led to detection of her ovarian cancer early enough to treat is backing this year’s Chariots of Fire race, which will raise money for the Rosie Hospital.
The Rosie Hospital is set for a boost to its fundraising efforts– being the beneficiary of this year’s Chariots of Fire race. Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie have confirmed four teams entered already.
The launch of Cambridge’s charity relay race saw asprint to theonline registration system within a matter of minutes of going live. First in were Studio 24, Wandlebury Wanderers and John Lewis.
Get ready for the region’s largest charity relay race – Chariots of Fire with the chosen charity this year being the Rosie Hospital Campaign.