Congratulations to Team Eclipse’s Leeds 10k charity runners

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19 July 2013


Temperatures had already reached 24°c by the time the 9:30 event got under way

A huge well done to all 14 members of Team Eclipse who took part in the Leeds 10k on Sunday. The runners endured a tough race as the temperature had already reached 24°c  by the time the 9:30 event got under way.

Despite the soaring sun there were some excellent times posted by our runners. Karen Butler led the charge finishing 93rd overall out of 3,250 female runners, this put her in the top 3% off all the ladies.

  • Karen Butler (Sales Consultant) :                  47m 56s
  • Tim Barlow (Project Consultant):                   50m 15s
  • James Fletcher (Integration Consultant):      50m 45s

A special congratulations to Tabrez Butt (Relationship Manager), who on his own has managed to raise over £800, a fantastic effort!

All the money raised is for the Martin House children’s hospice. Thank you to every one who has donated so far, every donation makes a difference to the difficult lives of both the children and families who rely on the Hospice.

To show your support for our runners and the Hospice, visit the Eclipse Virgin Money Giving page.

 

 

 



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