London Triathlon 2019
27 - 29 Jul 2019

The Tri-hard Trio's Giving Page

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Sarah Clements

Total raised


+ £605.56 Gift Aid

290 Complete
290% of £1,000.00 target

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Hello friends,
Some of you may remember when I ran the bath half marathon in 2016 for Cancer Research in memory of my Grandad Bill and Uncle Richard. Unfortunately, a few months after I completed (*smashed*) that run my amazing momma was also diagnosed with cancer and has been fighting the battle ever since. As cancer is clearly ramping up its viscous targets in the Clements family, I've also ramped up my ambitions... so this July, Alice, Olivia & I (the Tri-hard Trio) will be doing the London Triathlon in aid of Cancer Research.
We will be donning condom-esque swimming caps (see pic), jumping in freezing water to train, and trying to figure out exactly how you are supposed to run immediately after cycling (without looking like Alice drunk on a night out).
Any donations to this worthy cause will be much appreciated - we are doing it for anyone and everyone who has ever been subject to this shitty disease, and for my momma, who despite it all, still kicks ass xoxo
(p.s. if anyone's got a bike - holla, could be needing one of those....)

Latest updates


Will Derby



+£2.50 Gift Aid




+£1.25 Gift Aid

Lisa Ruf



Well done amazing Sarah - for competing, for doing it for a worthwhile cause and for the positive attitude !!! Lisa


Alex Stewart




Maddie Sharpe



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Trio! xxx


Stephanie Sowden



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Congratulations! Xx

Total raised£2,902.22



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