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We are excited to announce our new partnership with WILLU LIFE who provide award winning policies for health & life insurance specifically for fit & healthy lifestyles.

Why have we partnered with WillU?
WillU co-founder Ross Sando took part in Nuclear Rush last year and understood immediately how their business could help Nuclear Racers achieve their health & fitness goals while earning attractive awards. Nuclear has chosen to partner with WillU because of their brilliant member support network should you need it, their awesome benefits we know our #NuclearFamily community would love & the incentive the WillU partnership offers us a business; ensuring we can reinvest in future races & obstacle innovation.

Here’s a flavour of the rewards we know our NUCLEAR FAMILY & WillU members will love benefitting from..

  • Free entry to Nuclear Races
  • 50% cashback on adult bikes from Evans Cycles
  • Disney Store discount of up to 25%
  • Save up to 40% on UK & European British Airways flights
  • Complimentary cinema tickets at Cineworld & Vue
  • 75% off CHAMPNEYS spa breaks
  • 50% off a pair of running shoes from Runners Need

WillU ring the bell on race-day?
Visit their stand in Rush event village on 18th & 19th May where you can find out about all the WILLU perks & potentially collect a prize. WillU have their own obstacle in the race – WillU keep your balance & ring the bell? If you do, you could be chosen to win a voucher to spend on our lovemud Nuclear merchandise.

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT WILLU LIFE HERE

More than all of this, together we’re helping to breed & inspire a healthier,
fitter style of life for YOU our obstacle racing LOVEMUD family.

“I love what this company offers me AND you guys. I’m on my own personal fitness & health journey in 2019 & this policy has ticked all the boxes. The incentive to earn points while I train & then get rewarded is brilliant. I hope you get involved like I have done”
RACE DIRECTOR JAMES PARRISH