GB Armed Forces Para-Snowsport Team To Take Over UK Snow Centre In 24 Hour Charity Fundraiser

Next month on the September 19, military snow sports charity The Armed Forces Para-Snowsport Team (AFPST) will be taking over Snozone, Castleford (UK). Aiming to raise £48,000 to support the team’s athletes during the upcoming season, teams of four are invited to take to the slopes to ski, snowboard or slide for an incredible 24 hours.

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Press Release: The Armed Forces Para-Snowsport Team (AFPST) – is a Military charity that exists to accelerate the recovery of wounded, injured or sick military personnel and veterans. They do this through the medium of performance alpine skiing, nordic/biathlon skiing and snowboarding, providing a winter sports focus for disabled athletes to regain their spirit of challenge and competition.

On Wednesday 19th September 2018 at 12:00, we will start our Epic 24 Hour Snow Challenge at Snozone Castleford, with an aim to raise £48,000. If successful, £24,000 of the money raised would be used to take 30 novice athletes (10 from each discipline) to a European Snow Camp. The remaining £24,000 would be used to purchase equipment that would sustain our athletes for the next 3 years of training.

This challenge is open to anyone! You can ski, board or slide down the slope. The rules are simple:
-Anybody who enters must be part of a team comprising of 4 or more people.
-One person from each team must be on the snow at all times.
-Each person who enters must pledge to raise a minimum of £250 by 17th September 2018.

To enter your team, drop Kat an email at: [email protected]

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