The Royal Berkshire Festival of Sport takes place exactly one year after the 2012 London Olympic Games and is also only 4 weeks before the best athletes around the world descend on London for the World Championships in Hyde Park in September. The Venue for the festival is also one of the iconic venues of the games where many British Athletes achieved medals and goals. It is very close to London and in the heart of the Thames Valley.
If you are looking for a closed road, flat, fast and hopefully fun family day out, then this is the second hottest ticket before the World Championships and provides a perfect simulation of the Hyde Park venue.
The Royal Berkshire Festival of Sport encompasses everything about sport and will be one of the largest open water swimming and triathlon events in the South of England. Together with the adult events there is a large focus on delivering junior and kid’s events, which are a great way to get the whole family into taking part in sport and exercise. It is also a great way to spend time outdoors and possibly raise money for a charity of your choice.
Over the past few years, mass participation events have taken off in a big way, where participants from as young as 5 years old want to experience what it is like to reach a goal or complete a challenge. Whether it is swimmers jumping into a lake, cycling through the countryside or running along a scenic footpath, there are now events for all ages and abilities.
There are very few events where kids, youths, juniors and adults can participate on the same day and over the same course. These events will provide an opportunity for everyone from Schools, Colleges, Triathlon Clubs, Swimming Clubs, Running Clubs, Individuals and Companies to take part and be part of this of this great festival of sport.
With a wide variety of events to take part in over the course of the day, there is something for everyone, but even if you are not taking part and looking to spectate and cheer on fellow participants, there is plenty to do with bouncy castles, face painting and much more to get the whole family together.
With over 2000 participants expected to take part in the many events it is set to be one of the biggest sporting events in the Thames Valley during the 2013 Summer.
If you are interested in joining us down at the event with your School, College, Club or Company and pitching up a stand and having your own presence on the day then contact the team on firstname.lastname@example.org