First Marathon to Athens, now 100km Lewknor to Avebury, Glen Smith will be joined by Ben Nicholson and 30 runners and walkers to conquer the Ultra Marathon "Race to the Stones" in memory of their friends Anita, Alex and Annabel Nicholson.

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Update following the conclusion of the Race to the Stones challenge

THEY DID IT!

 

Inspired by their memories of Anita, Alex and Annabel Nicholson, our walkers and runners completed the 100 km Race to the Stones event in the UK and a team stranded in Singapore completed 100 km walks and runs over two days in the tropics. 

 

In addition to the two teams, we had many support runners in Singapore, supporter Garrett Power running in Seoul, Paul Walsh and the Jungle Crows cycling in Calcutta and 76 year old Kenneth Laing completing the full 100 km (and a bit more!) over the course of 10 days. 

 

It was an absolutely mammoth effort from everyone involved and everyone had Anita, Alex and Annabel in their thoughts as they completed this challenge.   A huge thanks to all of our walking and running fund raisers and to all those generous people who have supported them and helped to reach and exceed our original fund raising goals.  The funds raised will be used to support some of the poorest and most disadvantaged children in Asia.

 

The UK Team:

Dawn Kiely, Mat Kiely, Lee James, Karen James, Glen Smith, Wendy Children-Smith, Andrew Cook, Rachel Dorling, Neil Dorling, Charlie Dundas, Karen Dundas, Paul Ferguson, Gary Fowle, Chris Hipsey, Peter Nesbitt, Dave Ponsford, Maria Stevens, Rob Stevens and Kenny Laing!

 

The Singapore Team:

Ben Nicholson, James Brooke, Jonny Caldwell, Tony Chapman, Mark Chong, Stuart Devine, Magnus Hansen, Andy Hare, Graeme Kelly, Geoff Lambrou, Bill McCormack, Fiona Morement, Tom Morrison, Marietta Nicolson, Hilary Phillips, Scott Reichelt, Rob Saville, Julian Wallace and Scott Vinning.

 

Well done everyone!

 

All of our amazing participants during the Race to the Stones challenge

The Team

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