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Serial fundraiser completes another leg of mega-challenge in aid of The Maypole Project

PUBLISHED: 06:00 24 September 2013

Phil powers through at the 60k mark, still almost a marathon length to go at this point.

Phil powers through at the 60k mark, still almost a marathon length to go at this point.

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Running a marathon would leave most experienced runners gasping for breath, but one serial fundraiser went a couple steps further.

Phil enjoys a well earned drink at the 100k finish line.Phil enjoys a well earned drink at the 100k finish line.

Phil Price, 31, ran a 100km course as part of a series of 10 challenges he has set himself to raise money for The Maypole Project – a charity which supports children with complex medical needs.

Speaking after the race Mr Price revealed he was not as fatigued as he thought he would be.

He said: “I felt alright when I finished, mentally it was quite tough though. By the following Monday I felt I had fully recovered.

“I am quietly happy that the 100km run is out of the way and I am confident that I will be able to do the next five challenges.”

The run means Mr Price, of Copers Cope Road, Beckenham has now reached the halfway mark of his gruelling self-inflicted challenge.

He plans to complete a 12km mud run called Back to the Trenches in October.

To help Mr Price raise his £2,000 target for The Maypole Project, visit maypoleproject.co.uk, or to donate to Phil’s fundraising total, visit uk.virginmoneygiving.com/PhillipPrice1.

We featured Phil at the beginning of his 10 challenge journey in May, read it here.


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