Sanofi 1000 Mile Challenge

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The Sanofi Challenge is a program that aims to inspire people to go the extra mile for Teenage Cancer Trust. The Sanofi Challenge is to achieve 1000 miles of challenges including the Great Big Monster Sea Swim. A mile equates to each £100 raised in support of a challenge.

Its aim is to raise £100,000 for Teenage Cancer Trust in 2012. Interested individuals can either take up their own challenge or select one of the Sanofi Challenges to help support young people with cancer in the UK and Ireland.

Great Big Monster Sea Swim Relay Members

Paul Irwin, Dr. Bruce Hughes, Jon Parker, Karl Whittaker who replaced Simon Mathers and John Jameson, coached by Jackie King, are the Great Big Monster Sea Swim relay members. The teammates were also part of a 21-mile ocean relay in 2009, the Lundy Swim from Lundy Island to Woolacombe Beach in North Devon in the United Kingdom on 16 August 2009 that was a 7 hour 3 minute charity relay for Children's Hospice.

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