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Endomag's Olympic Triathlon Challenge

Try It Triathlon
1 Oct - 1 Nov 2018

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Total raised


+ £240.01 Gift Aid

101 Complete
101% of £1,000.00 target

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We're taking on Cancer Research UK's Try It Triathlon, please support us.

This October, 10 of us at Endomag will be collectively challenging ourselves to swim, cycle and run the distance of as many Olympic triathlons as possible to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

How many triathlons do you think we will be able to manage?
Since we started on October 1st, 4 more have joined in. Here's who is taking part: 1. Dan Sturt
2. Eric Mayes
3. Karoline Sparkes
4. Kate Barker
5. Kevin Lorimer
6. Lianne Dean
7. Mathew Stephens
8. Mehryar Behizad
9. Quentin Harmer
10. Rob Hincks
11. Simon Hattersley
12. Tiziano Agostinelli
13. Tom Brooks
14. Tracy Pearce

Please show your support and help us raise life saving funds. Every pound makes a huge difference into beating cancer sooner.

Latest updates


Natasha Irvine



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done team Endomag!


Sparkes Family



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Pleasure to be part of it, well done everyone. Special well done to Tom for tracking us and encouraging us and doing your bit too.

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Thank you to all who have donated. Who's going to be the one to help us reach our total?


Karin Flintoff



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Karoline and endomag





+£7.75 Gift Aid

Tim Bullock



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Good luck.

Total raised£1,010.00



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