Team Revitalise take on the 2016 London Marathon

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26th April 2016
Team Revitalise participant Pardip captured on BBC's coverage of 2016 London Marathon

Sunday 24 April saw no less than 42 marvellous Team Revitalise marathoners hit the ground running in this year’s London Marathon. Having made their way around the challenging 26.2 mile route, taking in some of London’s most iconic landmarks along the way, many of our incredible runners kindly joined us at our post-race reception, held at the splendid Institute of Directors.

Huge thanks and congratulations to all of our amazing participants, including Beverly Kalli, Bob Muirhead and Jonathan ‘Jonners’ Smith, Ilana Samuels, Charlotte Croker, Daniel Jewiss, Roman Tretyakov, Diane Chan, James Nyamuda, father and daughter duo, Marc and Lily Jaskowiak, Mike Brannan and family, Pardip Singh Minhas – captured sprinting towards the finish line in his distinctive crocodile costume by the BBC – and Stuart Durrell, who celebrated his 50th birthday having conquered the challenge! (all pictured below).

If running isn’t really for you, why not cycle for our charity instead in this year’s Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100? Starting at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, this event then follows a 100-mile route through the capital and into Surrey’s stunning countryside. Find out more about Ride London and pledge to take part by clicking here: http://http://revitalise.org.uk/events/ride-london-2016/. We would love to welcome you to the team!

 

 

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