22nd July at Haileybury School, Hertford Heath in aid of Muscular Dystrophy charity
British sprinter Jodie Williams is calling for new and existing runners to join the Muscle Warrior Tribe in their own personal Olympic challenge at July’s race, one week before the London 2012 Olympic Games
Jodie, from Welwyn Garden City, is an Ambassador for Hertfordshire based family charity The Muscle Help Foundation and is currently waiting to hear if she will be selected for Team GB, following her 100m and 200m races at the AVIVA Trials on 22-24 June.
The Muscle Warrior race, taking place in Haileybury School’s stunning grounds on Sunday 22nd July, is in aid of the charity’s Muscle Dream programme which delivers unforgettable, life-changing experiences for children and young people with Muscular Dystrophy from across the UK. There’s something for all the family; runners can take part in a 10k or 5k race and there’s also a 1K Wheelchair Circuit and 1K Family Torchbearer Toddle around the quad – superhero costumes welcome.
Jodie said “With the Olympics on home territory it’s great to encourage more runners to use their muscle to support this fantastic family charity and help more young people with this muscle wasting disease”.
Muscular Dystrophy affects 70,000 people in the UK and is the single biggest genetic killer of children in our world today.
Join the tribe of Muscle Warriors and register now for the event at www.musclehelp.com – you can also enter on the day.