Top athletes from across Northern Ireland and beyond are to take on each other in a major event to celebrate Limavady’s 400th anniversary.
The inaugural Limavady 400 Quadrathon will test some of the country’s top endurance athletes with an anniversary-themed challenge on Saturday, June 8.
Organiser Peter Jack said: “It’s a unique, one-off sporting challenge that will incorporate fabulous scenery with a tough challenge for adventure racers, triathletes and canoeists.”
The charity event — restricted to 40 participants — consists of a four-kilometre mountain run, a 40-kilometre bike section, a four-kilometre canoe on the River Roe and four-kilometre orienteering sprint finish, plus a series of exercises in between each segment.
The challenge is being organised by the local Rotary Club in conjunction with Limavady Borough Council and is backed by EFP Gyms, Belfast.
For details contact organiser Peter Jack on 028 777 22617 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.