Important information for Sunday’s Love Mud Challenge
With just days to race-day, Nuclear Rush Weekend 2021 has been given FULL approval to go-ahead by the local council. HOWEVER, Brentwood Infection Control are requiring EVERY Rush attendee – racer, spectator, staff, & marshal to produce a negative Covid-19 test before arrival on-site at the event. The safety of everyone is paramount & we 100% endorse this requirement.
For details on what to do on arrival, in the race village and for any Race day questions PLEASE READ the following page on the Nuclear Races website:
LATERAL FLOW TEST
The test must be taken at home/ before going to bed on Saturday or on the morning of your arrival. Test kits are available free of charge from any local pharmacy or test site.
Everyone 10yrs & above must be tested.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Results must be uploaded to the government website (all details are included in the test kit)
You will receive a test email confirming the result(s).
Bring a test confirmation email ready to show your negative result(s) on entering the event.
WHAT HAPPENS IF MY RESULT IS COVID-19 POSITIVE?
You will not be allowed to attend or enter the site. If you are a racer & unfortunate enough to test positive, you must email email@example.com with your test confirmation, full name, DOB, event & ticket ref before Monday 5th July. There are no refunds but we’ll get back to you the week after the race to arrange the transfer of your ticket to another person or either September or November’s event. 2022 events are not available to transfer into. . If you are a pre-paid spectator, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a spectator entry refund less booking fee.
Also, any spectators must book their entry ticket online and upload their test results.
We look forward to seeing the teams on Sunday – arrive for 10 am for a 11am start.
2021 we raised £5,491.25
The Agents Giving teams smashed the course on Sunday
2020 we raised £5,541.00
The Agents Giving teams smashed the course on Sunday 4thOctober and nailed the epic Death Slide to reach the finish line to collect their survivor medals, despite the new safety regulations, battling the wind and rain the teams pulled out all the stops to complete this challenge.
Our wonderful agents and suppliers got sweaty, wet, muddy, lost trainers, but overall they triumphed and all for charity. We would like to send a huge thank you to all of our teams from Thomas Morris, Paramount, JP Gardner & Associates and MIR Software. All teams completed the course in and around the two-hour mark with the overall winners being Thomas Morris crossing the line at 1hour 38 minutes.
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