Were you a fan of the 1980s sporting game show, Superstars?
Outdoor fitness franchise Wild Training has teamed up with Hemel Hempstead-based children’s charity Hope For Children to launch Superstars Gone Wild on Sunday, October 25, at Berkhamsted Cricket Club.
Participants will take on a 100 metre sprint, 800 metre run, shot put, gym test, wild football challenge and wild frisbee golf before finishing with the team challenge.
Wild Training founder James Griffiths, of Berkhamsted, said: “I’m really excited about Superstars Gone Wild.
“It’s going to be an incredible challenge for participants but also a huge amount of fun.
“If you were a big Superstars fan growing up, or you’re local to the area and want to push yourself, then this is the event for you. We’re looking forward to seeing teams of families, friends and colleagues signing up for Superstars Gone Wild and raising money for a fantastic charity.
Hope For Children was founded to help those children who fell through the gaps left by society and the larger charitable organisations. It enables vulnerable children to experience a positive childhood by improving their access to education and healthcare while empowering their families to support themselves.
James said: “So many children around the world are unable to access their basic rights, such as access to healthcare and education, and Wild Training and our team of 20 personal trainers are determined to support Hope For Children in their aims to help many more children.”
Registration is £20 per person for teams of five or 10 people. See http://hope-for-children.org/events/superstars-gone-wild/