Could you be a part of #teamironoverload?
We are expanding our programme of fundraising events in 2018 and have a number of exciting events on the calendar.
See the table below for details of the different runs you could take part in. If you are interested in running for us then please contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Event date||Event name||Distance||Deposit required||Minimum fundraising target||Accommodation provided?||Transport provided|
|Sunday 22/04 2018||London marathon
|26.2 miles||£100||£2500||No||No||All places full|
|Liverpool Rock and Roll Half Marathon||13.1
|Sunday 9th September 2018||Great North Run||13.1
We are also more than happy to support you in an event that is local to you. If you secure your own place in any local race and would like to raise funds for The Haemochromatosis Society we can provide you with a THS running vest and promotional material, just contact Debs to discuss.
More information can be found on the relevant website by following the link below, however please do not sign up online.
https://www.virginmoneylondonmarathon.com/en-gb/ London Marathon
http://www.runrocknroll.com/liverpool/ Liverpool Half Marathon
http://www.greatrun.org/great-north-run Great North Run
The London Marathon – an iconic, life-changing event
The Virgin Money London Marathon 2017
Team Iron Overload
See http://haemochromatosis.org.uk/team-iron-overload-gear-up-for-26-mile-london-challenge/ for information about the 2017 team.
The Virgin Money London Marathon 2016
Team Iron Overload
In 2016 The Haemochromatosis Society had 9 runners in the world famous London Marathon. Team Iron Overload ran to raise funds to support our work and to raise awareness of genetic haemochromatosis. All made it around the full 26.2 miles including an outstanding performance of 2 hours 55 minutes from Thomas Caulfield. The team raised sponsorship of over £20,000
Team Iron Overload 2016 were Paul Hirons, Geoff Smith, Mark Averiss Thomas Caulfield, Keli Lyons, Lara Pace, Stuart Poole, Natalie Mancini and Georgie Whitford.
We would like to thank all of our London Marathon runners, they make a huge difference to The Haemochromatosis Society and our awareness raising activities.