|Tornado 156 km course||156km||HK$600|
|78km course (by sections)||78km (by sections)||HK$350|
Special offer: 10% discount for full-time students
This offer is aimed at encouraging youth (aged 18-23) to explore their full potential via participation in Raleigh Challenge – Wilson Trail. To be eligible, applicants need to provide full-time student proof during registration.
Each participant will receive a race pack including the items below:
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1) Event T-shirt (light and quick dry)
2) 500mL Soft Flask
3) Sports Towel (30x80cm)
4) 2L Waterproof Bag (with shoulder strap)
5) Number bib with stickers
Participant who completes the course within time limit according to the regulations will be awarded a Finisher Medal. Participant’s name, year, course and results* can be engraved onto the medal. For the sake of environmental protection, the medals are designed to be “resuable”. Each medal can be engraved with 3 sets of results.
*The completion time of the 78km course (by sections), that is the sum of the best results of the 4 sections, will be engraved on the medal.
2) Running belt
3) E-certificate on TRAILME
To acknowledge your hard work in the race, an e-certificate will be available for download at TRAILME when the whole virtual race is over. Since the name on your e-certificate will be based on your personal information in TRAILME, please be sure to input the name you would like to have appeared on your certificate correctly.
If you would like to update your name, please log in to TRAILME then go to SETTINGS ⇒ USER SETTINGS. Please make sure to save any changes you make to the settings.
Participants of the Tornado 156km and 78km course who complete the designated route in one go according to the regulations and within time limit will be awarded a Finisher Windbreaker.
Participant who completes the Tornado 156km course within the designated time according to event regulations of the Organizer will be awarded a Tornado 156km Trophy.
The fund raised in Raleigh Challenge – Wilson Trail is used in the following ways:
Coordinate and participate in local social services such as Reef Check organized by Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department, Crossroads Foundation Donation & Recycling project, and YMCA Tung Chung Run. Also organize adventure weekends for youth of non-profit organizations and secondary schools.
Venturers from Hong Kong will take part in 4 to 10 weeks overseas voluntary services and adventure. Through completing sustainable projects in remote areas with participants from different countries, races and backgrounds under limited resources and time, the venturers have the opportunities to explore the world as well as themselves.
Tanzania, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Nepal, etc.