The hardest challenge so far. Please show Greg your support. Donate online: https://t.co/ucFRLzOvxP #Gregathlon pic.twitter.com/99ik7fblKH
— BBC Radio 1 (@BBCR1) February 10, 2016
His endurance challenge kicked off in Cardiff on Monday before heading to Belfast on Tuesday. Tomorrow he is in Sheffield before finishing in Norwich and so far he has raised well over £100,000 for Sport Relief (you can donate here)
“British Triathlon would like to wish Greg James good luck in his triathlon challenge,” chief executive Jack Buckner, said. “Completing five triathlons in five cities, in five days, is really a huge challenge, not just because of the distances and logistics involved, but also the winter weather. We hope that his swimming, cycling and running exploits help raise a lot of money for Sport Relief.”
Here are some images from day 1-3 of his great challenge…
The #gregathon starts! #gregjames at Titanic Belfast @gregjames17
Incredible @gregjames17 finishing todays triathlon for @sportrelief! #gregathlon #cardiff #gregjames #sportrelief
What a day. Belfast conquered! Over 50 miles of cycling, running and swimming done. Only 4 more then. Cardiff tomorrow! #Gregathlon #CantFeelMyLegs
This is my ‘I’ve done 2 triathlons but just remembered I’ve got 3 more to do’ face #Gregathlon
Pre swim rub down. 40 miles of cycling done, 2k swim done and now a 10 mile run to the show!
Money raised from the Gregathlon will be spent helping people living unimaginably tough lives, with half of the money raised used to make a difference right here in the UK. The other half is used to transform lives across the world’s poorest communities.
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