It’s no mean feat to complete a marathon, as Bryan Edmondson, director at SEA Design, discovered when he didn’t. He was only yards from the finishing line of this year’s London Marathon when he passed out on the tarmac. Dehydration was the cause, and Edmondson spent the next four hours plugged into a drip. A bit gutting when it was all in aid of “charidy”. Not to be out done by a lack of fluid, Edmondson has taken to the streets again this weekend. However, this time his sights are set on a more accommodating finishing line, as this race is a half-marathon.
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