zorbing LOTI

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the London Marathon, which frankly sounds like too much hard work anyway, and say hello to the world’s first zorbing marathon aka The “Zorbathon”. Yes, apparently this is now a thing. No, it does not require you to zorb for 26.2 miles. Hosted by Bounce Energy Balls, zorbers will be able to roll their way around a track on the Southbank as many times as they like, with each completed lap adding to the capital’s total. Then the competition kicks in, as the event will go on tour to other cities, with the city that covers the most mileage getting crowned zorbing champs of the UK. Obvs it’s essential that London wins this totally made-up prize, so get ready, get set, ZORB.

Sat 16th & Sun 17th July 2016