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5k SuperNova charity run for Different Strokes

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Wednesday, 23 November 2022

On a cold and fresh Saturday evening, Kate Barette, Kevin Kenneally, Chloe Key, Julie Karavis and Simon Brandt ran the 5k SuperNova run at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London to raise money for Different Strokes.

Following a zumba style warm up, with a backdrop of the ArcelorMittal Orbit and the West Ham stadium, they ran a wiggly path through the park with several hundred other glow in the dark runners.

Mid-way through they got a ’Come on team Different Strokes’ shout out motivating them to get through the rest of the run. They all crossed the finish line smiling and pleased with their run times. More importantly, they raised £700 (and still counting) for Different Strokes.

This was out of their comfort zones and at times they wondered why they had given up their precious Saturday night when they could have been at home watching Strictly, or anywhere warm. On reflection, whilst enjoying their post run drink, they all agreed they were glad they made the effort and put on their fluorescent legwarmers. They said it was a really enjoyable evening, not only were they able to raise money for Different Strokes but it was a great way to spend time with colleagues away from the world of pensions too.

Kate’s not sure if she is ready for a 10k run just yet but Chloe and Simon have signed up to do a 50km Ultra Challenge next year so watch this space!

 

 

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