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Flame conference and ball of fi re


2nd- 3rd July 2013 Telford


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Flame Conference ukactive hosts the fl agship educational and networking event for the health and fi tness sector; the annual Flame conference, at Telford International.


Network with over 800 professionals and managers from across health, fi tness, sport and wellbeing. Plus, enjoy seminar sessions covering a diverse range of topics, including marketing, technology, management, personal development, sales and service, supported by world- renowned keynote speakers (CPD points available). Speakers include: Motivational speaker Jim Steele, James Bond poker advisor Caspar Berry and Team GB psychologist Dr Steve Bull.


Ball of Fire T e sector’s biggest awards ceremony; join us for an evening of premium entertainment and be the fi rst to fi nd out who will be the winners of the ukactive and Matrix Flame Awards 2013 – celebrating the highest levels of facility management and personal performance.


12–14 JULY 2013


The Crossing Hailed as the UK’s only mountain bike expedition event, The Crossing is a three-day cycling challenge from Whitehaven on the Cumbrian coast to Scarborough on North Sea shoreline. Just shy of 200 miles, the route can


be covered by pairs or individuals and takes in three national parks – the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors – which provide some of the fi nest biking trails in the country. This year’s offi cial charity, Cancer Research UK, will refund the £50 fee if the course is completed and a minimum of £500 is raised. Details: www.ratracecrossing.com


31 AUGUST 2013 Great London Swim


The Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) provides a helpline for the 40,000 people in the UK who have a spinal cord injury. To help raise money, it is challenging people to join thousands of swimmers in this year’s Great London Swim. Set in the heart of the capital’s Docklands, the one-mile course takes place in the Royal Victoria Dock and is the equivalent distance of around 63 lengths in a standard 25m pool. It’s said to be the largest open water swim event in the south of England, and participants will be in the water for about 40 minutes. Registration is £30 and the fundraising target is £150. Details: www.spinal.co.uk


Cycle through national parks


Event includes trekking and rafting


1–12 FEB 2014


Coast to Coast Rainforest Trek


Book now online at www.ukactive.com or contact the team on


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events@ukactive.org.uk or call 020 7420 8564


Braving Dockland waters


The 122km route in Costa Rica goes from the Pacifi c to the warm waters of the Caribbean. It takes in traditional farms, coffee plantations and tropical rainforests that are home to howler monkeys and exotic birds. It also includes a visit to Volcan Irazu, the highest active volcano in the country, and a 30km rafting stage. This is an open charity challenge: registration is £449 and the sponsorship target is £1,450. Details: www.discoveradventure.com


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PHOTO: WWW.SHUTTERSTOCK/STEFAN SCHURR


PHOTO: WWW.SHUTTERSTOCK/ ROBERTO CAUCINO


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