Benali’s Iron Fran

Total raised

£1,006,671.26

+ £27,511.52 Gift Aid

100 Complete
100% of £1,000,000.00 target

Benali’s Iron Fran – 7 Iron Mans In 7 Days

Our story

Francis Benali is a former Southampton FC player who launched a £1m fundraising mission for Cancer Research UK through a series of gruelling physical challenges. The first took place in 2014 and saw Benali run a 1,000 miles between the Premier League football grounds in England. Two years later he completed his second ultra-challenge, running and cycling between Premier League and Championship grounds.

Now he’s about to take on his third and final challenge in a bid to hit his £1m target by undertaking a superhuman seven Ironman distance triathlons on seven consecutive days between 29th April – 5th May 2019 – that’s a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride, 26.2 mile run over a 1,000 miles in one week!

Latest donations

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Eileen Sargent

Donated to Benali’s Iron Fran on 21 May 2019

£25.00

Well done Franny.

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Holly Dolan

Donated to Southern Communications- Supporting Iron Fran on 20 May 2019

£656.92

Thank you to everyone at SCL who donated to the easter egg hunt, raffle and dress down; to the SCL cycle challenge and to Massage Monday! £656.92 cash

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Susan Jones

Donated to OJ's Half Martathon & 10k for Iron Fran on 20 May 2019

£5.00

OJ’s came second in the Hop Quiz last night so donated our winnings xx

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Liz Harrison

Donated to Benali’s Iron Fran on 17 May 2019

£20.00

+£5.00
Gift Aid

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Kevin Hamer

Donated to Benali’s Iron Fran on 17 May 2019

£10.00

+£2.50
Gift Aid

I'm embarrassed about how late this is. I was there when Franny scored. #legend

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Rosalind Scoble

Donated to Benali’s Iron Fran on 17 May 2019

£10.00

+£2.50
Gift Aid

Total raised£1,006,671.26

Online£156,107.41

Offline£850,563.85

With Cancer Research UK Giving Pages more of the money raised goes towards beating cancer sooner. Aside from the credit and debit card fees, every penny donated goes to Cancer Research UK.

All donations made to this page will automatically be transferred to Cancer Research UK.