Survival of the Fittest… survived!

Survival of the Fittest Tecmark

Nine Tecmark team members are now fully recovered after completing Manchester’s 10km ‘Survival of the Fittest’ assault course.

Their efforts – including twice swimming across Manchester’s canals – raised more than £400 for the Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF).

The SPF supports the Christie Hospital in Manchester and rugby league’s Try Assist – a fund designed to help players whose lives are affected by serious injuries.

Pictured from left to right, having completed Surival of the Fittest, are: John Matthews, Rob Weatherhead, Jordan Yates, Kate Madigan, Theodore Watt, Richard Bannister and Mike Wainwright.

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