Two of Belfast Harlequin’s veteran players are aiming to turn back time by competing in a Triathlon in Fermanagh to raise money for charity.
In a futile attempt to slow the approach of 40, Belfast Harlequins veterans Wayne Storey and Conor Keown have decided to get themselves in shape and take part in this triathlon, and at the same time raise cash for the excellent charity, CLIC Sargent.
The event takes place in Fermansgh and involves a 47 mile cycle, a 10 mile kayak circuit and a little half marathon (13 miles) to finish off, so no mean feat.
They guys have been training exceptional hard including cycling, road and fell running and kayaking on Strangford Lough.
If you would like to support their charity please donate by visiting their event fundraising page:
CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading children’s cancer charity, is a national charity committed to providing care, every step of the way, to children and young people diagnosed with cancer or leukaemia and their families.
CLIC Sargent acts as a lifeline, keeping families together when the unimaginable happens. They provide clinical, psychosocial, emotional and financial support to children, young people and their families.
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