Support hospice with just one place in London Triathlon

15th March 2017

Take the Triathlon challenge and support St Luke's It's the biggest triathlon in the world.

and St Luke's Hospice has a unique opportunity for just one swimming, cycling and running enthusiast to be part of the sporting drama. Attracting more than 13,000 participants and 30,000 spectators each year, the iconic AJ Bell London Triathlon has become a must do event in the sporting calendar, with places at a premium as competitors lined up for the start at the capital's Excel Centre, Victoria Docks. And Sheffield's only hospice has one place on offer to a keen fundraiser who wants to take part in the tough endurance challenge. -We've got a once in a lifetime opportunity for one of our St Luke's supporters to take part in either the Sprint or Olympic distances on Saturday, July 22, said St Luke's Corporate Fundraising Manager Jack Kidder. -The lucky supporter will be fundraising to help us continue caring for everyone affected by terminal illness across Sheffield so it really is a great chance to do something great while achieving a personal goal at the same time. Anybody interested in competing should contact Jack by Friday, March 17 on 01114 235 7594 or email:

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