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Seven Weeks Of Sporting Madness For Community Foundation CEO

CEO Ben Breeze prepares for sporting challenges over the next seven weeks raising money for Bristol Rugby Community Foundation. 

Over 500 miles will be ran, paddled and cycled by Ben Breeze and his team of fundraisers, which started with last weekend's London Marathon. 

Next Ben will take to the water for a 24 hour sponsored canoe around the Bristol Harbourside starting Friday, May 23rd. 

Break the Cycle on Sunday, June 14th is the final event to end the sporting madness. Now in its fifth year, the 110-mile ride – the biggest charity cycling event in the South-West - will see over five-hundred cyclists from Bristol, Bath and Gloucester come together for the unique, one-day fundraising challenge.

The event sees participants cycle a route between Bath’s Recreation Ground, Gloucester’s Kingsholm and Bristol Rugby’s new home at Ashton Gate Stadium with all funds raised going to the Club’s three foundations.

You can sign up and support Ben on this mission by entering the challenge or donate here. 

Follow the event on Twitter on @_BTC2015 and by using the hashtag #BTC2015.

Photo courtesy of John White Media

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