A look back at the National School Sport Week at Home

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As part of the Youth Sport Trust’s National School Sport Week at Home, British Triathlon set families a different challenge to complete each day.

With young people set to miss out on a school sport day this summer, the Youth Sport Trust’s annual National School Sport Week campaign was reinvented as National School Sport Week at Home.

Above: Claire Cashmore brings National School Sport Week with British Triathlon to a close.

With the help of paratriathlon world champions Claire Cashmore and Dave Ellis, as well as under 23 European champion Ben Dijkstra and World Cup champion Sam Dickinson, British Triathlon created a different challenge for each day from 20-26 June for families, communities, schools and sports clubs to get involved with.

Don’t worry if you missed out on the challenges as they’re all on The Big Colour Challenge website here.

The Big Colour Challenge has nine weeks full of fun challenges for you to complete, as well as giving you the chance to win some great prizes and track how active you’re being at home using our bespoke colour tracking sheets.

To find out more and get involved visit the website via the button below.

THE BIG COLOUR CHALLENGE

Fancy taking a step into multisport? The AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds Virtual Challenge is coming up between 20 and 26 July. There are a choice of adult distances for you to get involved in, with children’s sign up coming soon. So get ready to run and cycle your way to a bespoke 2020 medal for only £5. More information and how to sign up is available on the website.

AJ BELL WORLD TRIATHLON LEEDS VIRTUAL CHALLENGE

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