rationale – one that might satisfy their gaping spouses and incredulous colleagues. Wait! They have it! They’re doing it for Charity! So even if they explode at mile five in a cloud of atomised vomit, they’ll still be heroes. It’s a no-lose situation.If I
If you haven’t managed to secure a place through the ballot for next year’s Flora London Marathon, don’t despair: there’s still plenty of time to apply for a Golden Bond place and run for a charity. In fact, joining the masses who will be raising
], Looking to take part in a triathlon during the summer? Got your own place already? Brilliant! Do it for charity. Have a look at these charities offering you an array of fantastic support in exchange
Runners taking part in the Flora London Marathon have earned more than £200 million for a range of charities since the first race way back in 1981. And the pace of fundraising shows no signs of slowing – more than £30 million was raised
at work who was doing the Great North Run. It hit me like a brick: that's what I should do, run a half-marathon for charity and try to help others. I contacted a charity that was close to my heart and Paul's illness and they could not have been more
and accommodation, plus entries into the marathon!How to enterAll you have to do is raise a minimum of £75 in sponsorship for any of the clickable charities in our charity listing. To be eligible, you need to do it by running a race with a place of your own (not a
This year I took part in my third (and final) London Marathon. It was to be my hardest yet most rewarding. I was one of the lucky runners to get through on the ballot but found that during the winter months I was struggling to train, struggling to do the miles. Having done eight ...
It was almost like a scene from a science fiction film, something like the Midwich Cuckoos; from all over London lycra-clad people were emerging from their homes and converging on Greenwich Park. Easily identified as part of a tribe by our red kit bags and bottles of Lucozade, w...
to an eBay charity auction on July 2.Jess Ennis, Dame Kelly Holmes, Colin Jackson and Nell McAndrew are among those who have donated their favorite footwear. (Jess Ennis's signed shoes are pictured right.) Whilst we can't all clock the times of our
giant banana. A pair of shorts and a vest might be as fancy as you usually dress, but if you want to push the boat out in a race, fancy dress is a great way to attract attention and boost charity donations. How, though, do you choose an outfit
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