Thames Path Challenge 2021

Thames Path Challenge 2021

11th – 12th September 2021


Take on the Thames Path Challenge to support our research into healthy pregnancy.
Professor Robert Winston

The Thames Path Challenge follows England’s greatest river. With the option to take part as an individual or in a team and the ability to choose your distance and pace, this in an event not to be missed! Join #TeamGenesis and pedal for infertility and baby loss research!

What’s involved?

The full Thames Path Challenge 100km route heads from Putney Bridge past Hampton Court to Runnymede of Magna Carta fame at 50km, then on past wonderful historic scenery all the way to Henley. With half and quarter distance options – there’s a challenge for everyone.

There’s also the ‘Thames Bridges Trek’ – a 25km walk through the heart of London, zig-zagging over 16 famous bridges with the best views of the Capital’s landmarks.

Your challenge will be a test of spirit and determination. You’ll be supported all the way and rewarded with an amazing sense of achievement.

  • Join as Individual or Team
  • 100km Full Challenge
  • Half or 1/4 Challenge options
  • Rest stops – free food & drink
  • ALL meals/ food included!
  • Medics, massage, and pace walkers
  • Medal, T shirt, glass of bubbly!
  • Walk at Your Pace – 24 hours+
  • Run or Jog – set a New Goal!
  • 2 Day Full ‘Daylight’ option
  • Camping options available
  • Pre-event training support + app
  • It’s Your Challenge – Your Way!

Fundraising options

  1. Charity Sponsorship – you pay a small registration fee, do lots of fundraising and we cover the cost of your event place!
  2. Mixed Funding – pay half of the event place cost yourself, fundraise a bit less and we pay the balance of the event place cost.
  3. Self Fund – you pay the full cost of the event place – fundraise whatever you want, with no set target or deadline, and there’s no cost at all to the charity!

For full details of prices and to sign up, please click here.

Alternatively, please call 020 7594 5937 or email n.twallin@imperial.ac.uk