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Very sorry about the lack of updates to the website during September. I hope to catch up and keep up to date in October.

New members

SheilaChiomaWelcome to new members Sheila Horsman, Dan Harris and Chioma Nwatuobi.


Get well

MarkRobJonBest wishes for a speedy recovery to Mark Christy, Rob Parry and Jon Gidlow.


September results

Circuit of Kent CyclosportiveCongratulations to Carl Ferri for coming second overall at the Hillingdon Duathlon on 1 September.

Congratulations also go to Suse Fairfax for being the first female finisher at the Circuit of Kent Cyclosportive on 14 September.

Congratulations to Rob Parry for coming second overall at the Sevenoaks Sprint Triathlon on 14 September.

Alistair and Ruki went to Donegal with Dulwich Runners to take part in the Donegal Mooathon on 28 September. Ruki says 'It really is the maddest half in Ireland or anywhere!!!! The first 6 miles were all up hill'.

Congratulations to Keith, Selwyn and Kirsten for finishing the Newquay Triathlon. Keith says the waves were horrendous and the race was completely nuts!

Waves at Newquay Keith at Newquay Selwyn & Kirsten at Newquay

300.2 for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust

GeoffOver the weekend of 19-21 September Geoff completed 300.2 miles, cycling 274 miles from London to Anglesey, then running the Anglesey Marathon.

Geoff had to be picked up 20 miles from his destination in North Wales at 11pm at the foot of a three mile climb, suffering from a buckled back wheel and very tired legs, but with spirits still high. He managed 220 miles in 19 hours on Friday and 250 overall. He then ran a completely surprising 3hrs 37mins for the marathon, a personal best! So, overall, a great success.

Geoff was raising money to support the work of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust in funding research to find a cure for life-threatening CF, and help thousands of suffers, including his daughter, Grace. Current life expectancy is just 31 years of age.

Visit Geoff's JustGiving website if you would like to support his effort and make his saddle sores worthwhile!

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