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On Sunday 23rd April 2017 Alistair Stokes completed the Vienna Marathon to raise funds for the Spinal Injuries Association.

The 26.2 mile course saw Alistair running through the historic streets of Vienna with a mixture of nationalities from around the globe.

Along the way, the streets were lined with the residents of Vienna who offered amazing support!

Alistair covered the marathon distance in 3 hours 36 minutes, which was a new Personal Best time.

Alistair is delighted to have completed the challenge in aid of the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) and has been genuinely overwhelmed by the support and generous donations received.

Including Gift Aid Alistair has raised in excess of £2,100.00 for the SIA.

If you have not yet donated and would like to help the SIA, then please visit Alistair’s fundraising site.

If you would like to read more on the fantastic work the SIA does, then please click here.

Alistair is now looking forward to his next challenge, which is the Oslo Marathon in September 2017.

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