Our intrepid Account Manager, AJ Mussell, is weeks away from an incredible challenge – a 215 mile cycle and the London Marathon.
Along with a few friends, he will cycle from his house in Rainford, St Helens to London on Saturday April 23, before running the 26 miles in the iconic marathon the following day.
It’s all in aid of charities Macmillan, The Steve Prescott Foundation and CLIC Sargent.
AJ said: “It seemed like a good idea back in September when we agreed to do it – with two weeks to go, it’s becoming apparent that it’s going to be harder than first thought!
“My mum has had cancer twice, and Macmillan cancer support were wicked with their support in both cases, so I decided to raise a bit of money to give back to Macmillan and a couple of other relevant charities.”
It won’t be the first time that AJ has run the London marathon – he did it in 2012, so wanted to do something even bigger and better this year.
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