Everyone loves a good competition! And why not?! Would you like to win one of two places in the Windsor and Eton Winter Fun Run – Race 4, courtesy of the lovely people at Write This Run and F3 Events?
Held on Saturday 19th April at Eton College Rowing Centre, Dorney Lake, home to London 2012’s Olympic rowing and canoe events, the race is sure to be a great day out. And, you might even get yourself a nice little PB on this 100% accurate and 100% traffic free course.
The lucky winners will be able to select either the 5k or 10k distance at this exciting venue where the rowing and canoe events were held and many a GB medal were won. And speaking of medals, each race finisher will receive their very own medal! There will also be motivational music played throughout the day and hot and cold food available on site.
All you have to do to enter is “like” my Facebook page and enter a comment with your caption to the competition photo posted there. You can view the photo and find my Facebook page right here.
To find out more about the race, head to F3 Events’ website.
Remember, for your chance to win one of these places worth £22-£24, just head to my Fitcetera Facebook page, “like” my page and enter your caption on the photo!
Fitcetera can only accept one entry per person, and only two prizes will be awarded. Entrants must “like” the Fitcetera Facebook page and comment on the competition photo with their caption by the closing time and date in order to be eligible to win. Comments must be made on the competition photo – comments on shared posts will not be counted. Entries close 10pm Friday 7th March 2014. Any entries made after this time will not be counted. The two winning entries, having followed the guidelines, will be chosen on Saturday 8th March. The competition winner decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into. The prize is non-transferable and there will be no cash alternative.
**COMPETITION NOW CLOSED!** Look out for more competitions on Fitcetera!
The competition photo does not belong to me, photo sourced from olympic.org.