Helen Fairs, a secretary in the Personal Injury department, recently participated in a novice Triathlon to raise funds for Breast Cancer Care.
Helen raised £420 in sponsorship for completing the race on Saturday 9 July 2011 at Dorney Lakes, Eton.
Breast Cancer Care is a UK charity organisation that aims to provide everyone affected by breast cancer with the best treatment, information and support available.
Breast Cancer Care combines the personal experiences of people affected by breast cancer with clinical expertise to campaign for improvement in standards of support and care and promote the importance of early detection.
Helen was pleased to finish the race in 38 minutes and 3 seconds, beating her goal finishing time of 50-55 minutes, and coming 22nd out of 70 in her age group.
If you would like to find out more about Breast Cancer Care you can visit the website.
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