From April 17th to the 23rd Chessington resident and music composer Greg Harradine has run 7 marathons in 7 days, culminating in the London Marathon today (23rd).
Over the last 7 days he has run
- 17/04 – Erith to Addington
- 18/04 – Addington to Berrylands
- 19/04 – Berrylands to Harefield
- 20/04 – Harefield to High Barnet
- 21/04 – High Barnet to Havering-atte-Bower
- 22/04 – Havering-atte-Bower to Purfleet (and beyond!)
- 23/04 – London Marathon
According to the London Marathon web site Greg finished his final marathon in a time of 3 hours, 18 minutes and 59 seconds, placing him 4403rd.
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If you would like to sponsor / reward Greg for his achievement you can do so on his Virgin Money Giving Page.
You can see his adventures, including the routes he has run on his twitter page @GregHarradine.
Greg’s adventure has had the attention of other local media, today Radio Jackie News tweeted.
Chessington composer raising money by running multiple marathons https://t.co/fCaRXw2Roq
— Radio Jackie News (@Jackie_News) April 23, 2017
Well done Greg from all of us here at Chessington Community Matters!