Famous for its Ultra Marathons races in Kent, the ‘24 Hour Challenge’ from the Challenge Hub takes place between Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 May.

The 24 Hour Challenge is an athletic test to see how far you can personally reach in 24 hours, running, jogging or walking how you wish. 24 hour challenge

Held at Brook Farm, Reculver, near Canterbury, the course is a 6.62 mile lap which allows competitors the option of dropping out whenever they wish. The route is fully signed and marshaled with first aid and water stations provided

This year, the Challenge Hub is also allowing Tag Teams to take part in the 24 Hour Challenge, providing an opportunity for those wishing to take part but wanting a slightly less daunting experience.

Each team member must complete a minimum of 32.75 miles to qualify for a 24hr ‘tag’ team medal.

Mike Inkster, Director of Challenge Hub said, ‘The 24 Hour Challenges is not a traditional race. It has a simple purpose: to give individuals the opportunity to take on a challenge that tests both mental and physical fortitude in a safe, well organised environment. There are a lot of people who are looking to push themselves, define themselves…this event does that’.

For more information about the 24 Hour Challenge visit http://www.challengehub.co.uk.