That’s the thing about challenges. You wait ages and then five turn up at once. Unbreakable, this extreme fundraising event, features five disciplines â€“ cycling, swimming, sailing, kayaking and hiking. There’s only 50 places and the aim is to raise Â£100,000 for organisers Project Scotland. The activities take place all over Scotland â€“ see the website for further details and to book your slot â€“ if you think you’re hard enough!
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This 24 hour charity endurance race follows the Moray way â€“ 95 miles of mainly off-road track, taking in some great scenery along the way. You must raise a minimum of Â£150 for the chosen charities â€“ Outfit Moray, Quarriers and MFR Cash for Kids. Entries are restricted to pairs for this first year, and you must be over 16 to take part. See the website for further details.
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Johan crosses the line in a record breaking time. Photograph: Steve Carter
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