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Tracey runs 26.2 miles for Macmillan

Jun 29, 2015
Tracey Rowland from Reason Global Insurance completed the Brighton marathon on 12 April raising over £800 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The race took the runners along the iconic Brighton sea front on a day that was perhaps a little warm for some of the competitors.  Tracey, however, said she enjoyed the race and put in a very creditable time of 4hrs 50min.

Tracey has now run five marathons. To prepare for Brighton she ran around 35 miles a week and trained with British Military Fitness who kept her focussed.  “They are a great bunch,” she said.  “They really helped me.  I would like to thank them and all those people who sponsored me.  I know that Macmillan will use the money wisely.”

Anyone who has ever completed the marathon distance will know that it requires dedicated training and absolute determination.  It’s easy to watch the elite athletes and compare others to them.  But for mere mortals to complete such a distance is utterly remarkable, whatever time they post, and no matter how many people cross the finishing lines, it will always remain so. 

Although the race is now run, it’s still possible to make a donation.  If you would like to do so, just email and she’ll tell you how.


Photo: Tracey Rowland from Reason Global


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