George smiling, wearing a bow tie and silly hat for New Year 2017/18
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Home-based triathlon...

George smiling, wearing a bow tie and silly hat for New Year 2017/18
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03 Jun 2014

My homemade triathlon explains why Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research is so important to me

If it wasn't for the work of charities such as Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research, I probably wouldn't still be here, having relapsed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in October 2013, eight years after my initial diagnosis.

So, 64 days after my stem cell transplant, I filmed my own 'triathlon' effort, explaining my story in order to persuade everyone to support my friend Anna taking on the real thing at Blenheim Palace...

http://bit.ly/georgetriathlon

Sponsor Anna here: http://bit.ly/annatriathlon

Comments

06.06.2014

George your video is absolutely AMAZING! Thank you so, so much for doing this and congratulations on the successful transplant. I hope the recovery is going well and wish Alex all the best in the triathlon tomorrow.

I'd also love to read more about your experiences with ALL and am sure I wouldn't be alone in this as you're inspiration to others going through treatment or have relapsed.

Have a great weekend and look forward to reading your next blog!

George smiling, wearing a bow tie and silly hat for New Year 2017/18
06.06.2014

Thanks, Andy!

11.06.2014

You're welcome, George - least I could do! How did Anna get on?