Bear Grylls Survival Race

The Bear Grylls Survival Race series are some of the toughest and most challenging obstacle races going – join us to take on the challenge in 2016!

Join us in London, October 8-9, to celebrate the Bear Grylls Survival Race Finale. Experience survival scenarios like those that Bear Grylls is exposed to in his many adventures across the planet.

About the Bear Grylls Survival Race Series
Not only will you be running, climbing, and crawling across some of the most gorgeous terrain the world has to offer, but you’ll also get to splash through mud, tackle many unique and challenging obstacles, test your overall strength, balance, mental tenacity and endurance! It’s probably one of the most exciting, invigorating and thrilling ways you can choose to support London Youth.

Taking part with #TeamLondonYouth
As part of your challenge we will supply you with a London Youth vest to wear during your race as well as lots of support, tips and advice to help you with your training and fundraising.

London Youth’s places in the Bear Grylls race series will remain at the early bird price of £50! This can be a discount of up to 50% and you can take part in any of the three event levels. Our places come with a minimum fundraising target of £150 for the 5K abd 10K distances and for the 30K event the target is £300.

Someone taking part in a obstacle challenge course

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Date: Weekend 8-9th October 2016

Registration Fee: £50 or enter a team of 4 for £100 (discount applies to 5K or 10K distance only)

Minimum Sponsorship: £150 for the 5K and 10K distance and £300 for the £30K distance

  • Jade Alvares

    I think its great that there is a charity aimed at helping our young people and the fact that I can help raise money for the charity by doing something I love (running) is brilliant!

  • Tom Kirrage

    I’ve been a keen cyclist for about 5 years now, a Londoner all my life, and thrilled to have the opportunity to help out where I can

  • Ed Davison

    I am a big supporter of young people getting into sport and activity, and my dad works for a youth club, Crown and Manor Boys Club, who got me really enthused

  • Rich Straker

    At the start of the year I wanted to challenge myself and get fitter! I decided to do the Hackney Half as well as raise some money for London Youth. Thank you all so much, #TeamLondonYouth will get me across that finish line!

  • Kieran Tyler

    What an amazing day! A little sore this morning, but the sense of achievement should long outlive any of the pain. Thanks to everyone for their incredible support and messages – and to London Youth for giving me this fantastic opportunity, and their support at Mile 25!


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