Sevenoaks marathon man joins in attempt at world record
A SEVENOAKS grandfather completed six miles of a 26 mile marathon leg as part of a world record attempt for distance running.
Paul Clark, of Courtwood Drive, was supporting RelayGB, a charity challenge covering 2,600 miles around Britain in more than 100 non-stop marathons.
The mission is to break the world record for distance relay running while raising £500,000 in aid of Brain Tumour UK.
It began on May 4 and Mr Clark ran the leg between Eastbourne and Shoreham-by-Sea, in howling wind and rain, from 7.45am in 59 minutes the following day.
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The 49-year-old ran as part of a team of five runners, comprising his colleagues from firm Moore Stephens Tina Whitington, Sam Taylor, Stefan Olingshlaeger and Ben Jones. The team has raised more than £2,000 for Brain Tumour UK so far.
Mr Clark, who does not run regularly, joined the world record attempt to support his colleague and organiser of RelayGB John Stanford and because Brain Tumour UK is his firm's charity of the year.
To sponsor Mr Clark and his team, visit www.justgiving.com/RelayGB-MooreStephens-AlsoRans