Royal London colleagues have been pushing themselves out of their comfort zone to raise money so that we can beat blood cancer. From running to cycling to assault courses, teams continue to push the boundaries to stop people dying from blood cancer, make patient's lives better and stop people getting blood cancer in the first place.
Some of the many Royal London challenges are below, along with the teams’ fundraising pages so you can find out more about their training, and support them in their mission to help beat blood cancer.
London to Paris
Royal London sponsored four brave employees to take part in the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research London to Paris cycling challenge. The team trained hard and rose to the challenge, cycling the 500km in 4 days with the rest of the 240 Unstoppables team.
They have so far raised over £5,000 to help beat blood cancer. You can still support them for all their hard work through their fundraising pages below.
Swaff’s 6 Triathlons
Simon Swaffer has challenged himself to complete 6 triathlons over the summer of 2014, covering 3000 metres of swimming, 120km of cycling and 30km of running. Find out more about Simon’s progress and support him on his mission through his Just Giving page .
From the Bath offices, 10 colleagues have formed a team to take on the Tough Mudder obstacle course in Cirencester in aid of Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research. With new obstacles being introduced every year, the team will have to make their way through tunnels, under cages and through an electric fence to reach the finish line.
Follow the team’s progress and sponsor them through their fundraising page to help them reach their ambitious £5,000 target to help beat blood cancer.
11 colleagues from Wilmslow are training to take part in the Born Survivor challenge. This gruelling course will push them to the limit, carrying logs, climbing over walls and crawling under barbed wire, where teamwork will be vital for success.
Find out more about the team and how they are coping with the challenge through their fundraising page.