Great British Racing team up with Sport Relief at the Cheltenham Festival ahead ‘one billion’ steps aim

GREAT BRITISH RACING have teamed up with Sport Relief to assist get the nation shifting as a part of the 'one billion steps' problem.

This yr, Sport Relief has challenged the nation to succeed in one billion steps each day between March 17 and March 23.

Throughout the Cheltenham Festival, Great British Racing can be encouraging followers to participate in a pop up exercise referred to as 'The Cheltenham Hill Problem' on the Thursday and Friday of the well-known 4-day assembly.

As an alternative of trekking up the grassy number of the hill, two treadmills shall be positioned and set to the gradient of the well-known hill the place so many dramatic finishes will probably be determined as soon as once more.

Racing followers might be inspired to return and stroll or run up 'the hill' as a heat up to Sport Relief's one billion every day step goal the following week.

The steps might be displayed on the Sport Relief app and Great British Racing has set up a league the place numerous racing organisations can be a part of and log their steps to see which team has contributed the most to the steps tally.

Rod Road, Chief Government of Great British Racing, stated: “We’re very proud to be part of Sport Relief this yr and be supporting the charity in getting the public shifting. Racing is the second largest spectator sport in the UK and so it’s nice to be concerned and that racegoers heading to The Festival could have their probability to tackle the Cheltenham Hill problem.”

The problem might be situated  between the Centaur constructing and foremost grandstand above the enclosures. Legendary jockey AP McCoy will even be serving to Great British Racing do their bit in the weeks to return.

To help Sport Relief and contribute to Great British Racing’s step efforts, obtain the Sport Relief app right here to hitch the Great British Racing league.

GREAT BRITISH RACING have teamed up with Sport Relief to assist get the nation shifting as a part of the 'one billion steps' problem.

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