The charity is asking people to follow their disabled residents lead and come up with their own challenge idea connected to 2.6 or 26. No need to be a marathon runner or an elite athlete, could you skip for 26 minutes non-stop? Or cycle 2.6 miles with your family? Or do 26 burpies 2.6 times over? Decide on your 2.6 Challenge then sign up at www.twopointsixchallenge.co.uk and choose QEF as the chosen charity and ask friends and family for their support. Why not film and share your challenge using #twopointsixchallenge and tag @QEF1 to be a part of this UK wide initiative.
The 2.6 Challenge takes place from April 26th – the day the London marathon should have happened – until April 30th and is open to everyone of all ages and all abilities (as long as it complies with Government rules around exercise). The aim is to raise much needed funds for charities like QEF, to help them survive this pandemic, so they can continue to support the people that rely on their services.
Charities like QEF really need support at the moment and The 2.6 Challenge is a great way to get everyone involved.