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Thinking of running a marathon or half-marathon? Maybe you are looking to take part in a swimming, cycling or triathlon event? Whatever your sporting challenge, do it for IN-vision. Get in touch now and we will help you all the way.

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Marathon runners

Running

One of the most popular ways to fundraise is to run a marathon or half marathon and get sponsored for doing it. It’s a great challenge but a rewarding experience and even more so if you raise money for IN-vision.

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Cycling

Cycling

Get on your bike for IN-vision! In 2013, IN-vision was one of three charities supported by the Marlow Red Kite Ride, in association with British Cycling. IN-vision was supporting on the day handing out refreshments.

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Skydiving

Others

Maybe you’re more of an adrenaline junkie, or you just like more alternative sports. Skydiving? A bungee jump? What about Rally driving? Whatever your sporting challenge take part for IN-vision.

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Follow in the footsteps of these IN-vision heros

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Paul Franks and Adam Collins jumped out of a plane at 15,000 feet for IN-vision. They raised nearly £2,000 for IN-vision. Huge thanks to them both and to their families for all the support.

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A very proud and exhausted Simon Weaver-Poole and sons after Simon finished the London 2 Brighton Ultra Marathon in just over 12 hours, coming 28th and raising over £600 for IN-vision. Absolutely fantastic Simon!

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Monica Manzinni with her medal at the finish of Run to the Beat, London’s biggest half marathon, in September. Well done Monica!

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Chris Bevan ran in the Reading half marathon, March 2013 for IN-vision and Nystagmus Network – despite the terrible conditions! Nice one Chris!

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Oliver Gillen-Toon and Robbie Cleave took to the saddle in August 2014, cycling from Windsor to Bordeaux in just 6 days. We are hugely grateful to them for raising over £600, all of which will go directly into funding research.