London Triathlon. Via email…

Take part in the London Triathlon for Barnardo’s!
By taking part in this amazing event you will help to raise money for the most disadvantaged children across the UK
The London Triathlon is the world’s largest triathlon attracting over 13,000 participants to The ExCel centre, London.
The opportunity to cycle through the closed roads of London via the 02 arena, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye make it a unique event for all involved, whilst the run and swim course at Docklands provide an excellent venue for friends and family to come and cheer you on!
You can even enter as a team of 3! Whereby each person does one leg of the triathlon; we have places in all distances ranging from the Sprint distance (750m swim, 20km bike ride and a 5km run) to the Olympic distance (1500m swim, 40km bike ride and a 10km run)
 Date: 7th-8th August 2010
Individual Registration Fee:  £50  
Individual Minimum Sponsorship Commitment: £500
Team Entry (of 3 people) Registration Fee:  £100 
Team Entry (of 3 people) Minimum Sponsorship Commitment: £1000
As a member of the Barnardo’s Triathlon team you will receive:
  • A comprehensive fundraising and training pack including fundraising ideas, sponsorship forms, a training plan and information about Barnardo’s
  • Regular contact and support from the Challenge Events team so there is always someone on hand for you to ask any questions
  • A high performance race vest to train in and wear on the day
  • All the team spirit you will ever need!
If you would like to take up this fantastic opportunity then please complete the attached application form and return it by fax to : 020 8 551 6870, or e-mail a scanned copy to events@barnardos.org.uk If you have any queries please call 020 8 498 7408.
For more information on the London Triathlon you can visit the website www.thelondontriathlon.co.uk or for details of Barnardo’s work www.barnardos.org.uk
Barnardo’s believe in the abused, vulnerable and neglected – take up our challenge today and help turn their lives around.
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