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London Marathon

Mark’s Challenges reaches the 50-mark following the London Marathon.

Mark started his challenges in 2016 at the Edinburgh Marathon using crutches and completed his fiftieth on Sunday 2nd October by finishing the London Marathon in 5hrs 26-minutes in his wheel-chair.  Mark, who was injured in service whilst a soldier in the Life Guards stated that “whilst I was exhausted and suffering cramps at the 22-mile point, the positive energy of the crowds and the sheer magnitude of the event saw me across the finishing line.  I am a Fundraiser for The Bridge for Heroes military veterans Charity based in King’s Lynn and all the money I raise goes to them.  If you would like to support me, please leave a small donation at my Just Giving page www.justgiving.com/fundraising/mark-Howard37 or www.just giving.com/bridgeforheroes”.

London Marathon

Mark’s Challenges reaches the 50-mark following the London Marathon.

Mark started his challenges in 2016 at the Edinburgh Marathon using crutches and completed his fiftieth on Sunday 2nd October by finishing the London Marathon in 5hrs 26-minutes in his wheel-chair.  Mark, who was injured in service whilst a soldier in the Life Guards stated that “whilst I was exhausted and suffering cramps at the 22-mile point, the positive energy of the crowds and the sheer magnitude of the event saw me across the finishing line.  I am a Fundraiser for The Bridge for Heroes military veterans Charity based in King’s Lynn and all the money I raise goes to them.  If you would like to support me, please leave a small donation at my Just Giving page www.justgiving.com/fundraising/mark-Howard37 or www.just giving.com/bridgeforheroes”.

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