Take part in AJ Bell London Triathlon and raise money for Wellbeing of Women

AJBell London TriathlonThere are two available places for this event and will be asking that participants pay £30 for a place and commit to raising at least £600.

Take up one of our charity places for the 2016 AJ Bell London Triathlon, the world’s largest triathlon. Attracting over 13,000 participants and 30,000 spectators each year, this iconic challenge has become a must-do event in the sporting calendar.

There are four distances available: Super Sprint, Sprint, Olympic and Olympic Plus. You can enter as an individual in any of the distances or as part of a team relay in the Sprint and Olympic categories. There’s something for triathletes (or would-be triathletes) of all abilities and ambitions.

Email [email protected] by 10pm on 1 July for an application form

About Wellbeing of Women

Wellbeing of Women’s vision is a world where women are free from the pain, distress and heartache caused by women’s reproductive health issues.

These issues, such as endometriosis, preterm birth, incontinence and menopause are still, sadly, very much taboo. Although women account for 51% of the population, diagnosis, treatment and support for these issues are not as developed as they should be and knowledge about the conditions is very limited due to the lack of funding for this area of medical research. Despite this, almost all women will, in some way or another, encounter a reproductive or gynaecological health issue during the course of their lifetime.

By investing in medical research, we are working to find the answers to the biggest questions in women’s reproductive health to improve treatment, advance knowledge and better support women – and their families – at each stage of life.

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