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Five police officers and one firefighter are joining forces to set a new World Record for the fastest marathon in a six-person costume at the London Marathon to raise vital funds for CLIC Sargent and Tanyel’s Smile.
This year CLIC Sargent has 300 incredible runners all taking on the Virgin Money London Marathon to raise vital funds to help support children and young people with cancer. Read about our runners stories here.
Maria Hutty is putting herself through her paces to run the Virgin Money London Marathon. Taking on the epic challenge before she turns 50, Maria will also be joined by her daughter Amie as they run together.
CLIC Sargent social worker Lucy Hill, will be running her first London Marathon this year for the children and young people with cancer who she supports. Lucy is in a unique position to understand what these young people are going through, as she herself was supported as a young adult by CLIC Sargent 10 years ago, when she was treated for Lymphoma. This experience later motivated her to work for the charity.
Tim's wife Primrose was diagnosed with terminal cancer just a few months into their relationship. After getting married and ticking off her bucket list, Tim is taking on the Virgin Money London Marathon in her memory.
Henry, a dad and electrician from Ely, is running in memory of his 3 year old son Douglas who passed away last year after being diagnosed with neuroblastoma. Henry signed up for the challenge because he wanted to improve his physical and mental well-being after losing Douglas and to raise funds for CLIC Sargent
Emma Furneaux lost all motivation after her daughter Elisha passed away. While watching the London Marathon last year, Emma thought of her daughter who lost her ability to walk before she died and decided to sign up to run the marathon and raise vital funds for CLIC Sargent.
Toby Bentley, 25, received a shock diagnosis of Hodgkin lymphoma on the day of the Virgin Money London Marathon in 2017. Two years on, and now cancer free, Toby is taking on the 26.2 miles challenge in aid of CLIC Sargent.
J D Wetherspoon staff and customers have continued the pub chain’s incredible fundraising efforts for CLIC Sargent to reach a fantastic £17 million for children and young people with cancer
10-year old football fan Owain, who was diagnosed with cancer when he was just four years old, was ‘made up’ when he got to meet the Welsh football team recently.