remap newsletter.autumn18 online - Page 6

A series of tough obstacles - both manmade and natural - are designed to test
mental and physical strength, skill and
Pedro Santos and his team participated
on behalf of Remap. They come from
Northampton Adult Services Community
Occupational Therapy Team, the Single
Care Team, the Visual Impairment Team
and the Assistive Technology Team.
The Wolf Run is an example of “Wild
Running” - a unique combination of three
kinds of off-road running: mud runs, trail
runs and obstacle runs. It’s a hardcore 10k
run across raw natural terrain, including open
ground, woodland, lakes and thick mud.
Pedro says: “With technology being close
to hearts we felt that Remap represented
our values and beliefs. Although we had
some adversities during the race, we all
had a lot of fun and we are extremely
proud of the support of our families,
friends and colleagues”.
The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100
Join our six-person Remap team on 4 August
2019 and be part of the only closed-road
cycle ride through the heart of London to
the Surrey hills and back to the Mall.
The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100
celebrates the legacy for cycling created
by the London 2012 Olympics and is going
stronger than ever seven years on.
Starting in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic
Park, the ride then follows a 100-mile route
on closed roads through the capital and
into Surrey’s stunning countryside. With
leg-testing climbs, fantastic views and
an unbeatable atmosphere, it’s a truly
spectacular event for all involved.
This popular event continues to draw the
world’s best, with 2016 Tour de France
winner Chris Froome recently taking part.
Fundraising Target: £500. For further
information please contact Jill Homewood.

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