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Good luck to Jemima Brown in the London Marathon!

Good luck to Jemima Brown (2017 Leaver) who is running in the London Marathon on Sunday!

Jemima Brown (2017 Leaver) will be running in the London Marathon on Sunday and raising money for Tusk Trust. Tusk partners with Africa’s leading conservationists to protect endangered species, habitat loss and human-wildlife conflict.

As Jemima says "I’d be really grateful if you could please sponsor me to help support such a fantastic charity in achieving their mission and to spur me on to achieve my target time. 

I moved to London in September after graduating from Edinburgh last summer. I’m currently working as a Marketing Executive at the Science in Sport (SiS) group. This summer I’ve got a few sporting events lined up including 2 triathlons (one sprint, one Olympic distance) and cycling from London to Paris by Tour de France. "  

If you would like to support Jemima, please click here.


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