Northbridge 24 Hour Challenge Goes Gangnam
Northbridge International School will be holding its annual 24-Hour Challenge on Mar. 7. Over the last three years the 24-Hour Run has raised thousands of dollars for various charities while encouraging a healthy and happy lifestyle for students. It brings the school community together in collaborative endeavour attempting to make a difference.
This years event is also opened up to the wider community to get sponsored to run/walk/crawl/gangnamstyle around the school track for a defined distance, time or simply as much as you can over the course. The event is a combination of running, walking, biking, art and reading. As well the running, there will a 24-hour arts instillation, a readathon and ‘live lounge’ for those who wish to express their creative side.
It is also a great opportunity for team building and fundraising for your specific cause. Food and drinks will be sold at the event. Proceeds will be going to All Ears Cambodia a charity chosen by a committee of students and parents.
Students, staff and family members of the NISC community will be running in a relay for the whole of the 24 hours, from 8.15am on Mar. 7 to 8.15am on Mar. 8. The track will be open for the wider Phnom Penh community from noon to midnight on Mar. 7 and costs $10 per person to enter, with a maximum of 10 people per team.
The event is open to anyone so grab you running shoes and you best running mate and join in the fun.
Northbridge International School
Street 2004 (Sorla Road)