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Sheffield Haworth Climb 3 Peaks
6 - 8 Sep 2019

The Three Peaks & Great North Run Weekender

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Andre Martin-Comrie

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£590.00

+ £117.50 Gift Aid

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118% of £500.00 target
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3 Peaks Challenge Fri 6th-7th September x Great North Run Sun 8th September 2019

This September a team of 30 of us from Sheffield Haworth's London office will be climbing the Three Peaks to raise £20,000 for Cancer Research UK. To make the weekend a little more of a challenge I will be running the Great North Run 24 hours after completing the 3 Peaks as part of #12medalsin12months

The Three Peaks consists of walking the three largest peaks across Scotland, England and Wales; starting at Ben Nevis, moving swiftly on to Scafell Pike and finishing at Snowden. Taking on three mountains in short succession is a challenge in itself but we have the added pressure of aiming to complete all three within 24 hours which will really put our team to the test having had little sleep and potentially battling inclement weather (we have our fingers crossed for sunshine!).

To explain #12medalsin12months I am doing 12 endurance events in the 12 months of 2019. The month of September sees me take part in the 3 Peaks Challenge Friday 6th-Saturday 7th September. I will then make the 220 mile trip to Newcastle to run the Great North Run on Sunday 8th September. Half marathon after a marathon mountain walk on zero sleep all for a fantastic cause!

Event details below:

January: Olympic VeloPark 10k (Completed)
February: Olympic VeloPark Half Marathon (Completed)
March: Brooklyn Spring Half Marathon (Completed PB!)
April: Chase the Sun Olympic Park 10k (Completed PB!)
May: Lee Valley VeloPark Duathlon (Completed - 1st ever Duathlon)
June: Southend Half Marathon (Completed)
July: Chase the Sun Hyde Park 10k - 24th July 2019 (Completed)
August: Rock 'n' Roll Dublin Half Marathon - 8th August 2019 (Completed)
September: 3 Peaks Challenge - 6th September (Completed in 24 hours)
September: Great North Run - 8th September (Completed)
October: Urban Rush London 15 miler 6th October (Completed)
November: Richmond Park Half Marathon 10th November (Completed)
December: Finsbury Park 10k 7th December (Completed)

If you’d like to support our team and help them to get to their £20,000 target, please donate here!

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Andre Martin-Comrie

2019-12-19T14:13:42+00:00

#12medalsin12months completed! Thank you to everyone who has donated, ran with me and shown any sort of support of the last 12 months. Plenty of money raised for 2 fantastic causes. Until next year....

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Andre Martin-Comrie

2019-12-19T14:13:06+00:00

December: Medal 12 of #12medalsin12months Finsbury Park 10k

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Andre Martin-Comrie

2019-12-19T14:12:42+00:00

November: Medal 11 of #12medalsin12months Richmond Park Half Marathon

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Andre Martin-Comrie

2019-10-14T08:29:58+00:00

Urban Rush London 15 miles done in 2 hours 24 mins. Medal 10 of #12medalsin12months

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Andre Martin-Comrie

2019-09-11T10:57:15+00:00

Medal 9 of #12medalsin12months

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Andre Martin-Comrie

2019-09-11T10:56:48+00:00

A very busy weekend! Successfully completing The Three Peaks Challenge with #SheffieldHaworth in under 24 hours then making the trip to Newcastle for medal 9 of #12medalsin12months at The Great North Run on Sunday. Thank you to everyone who has supported and donated. We have raised nearly £28,000 for Cancer Research UK #CRUK... Medal 10 is a 15 mile run through London on 8th October for #ShelterUK

Total raised£590.00

Online£590.00

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