UCL runners raise £70,000 in London Marathon
5 May 2009
UCL staff and students raised over £70,000 for charity by running in the London Marathon.
At least 47 people from the university representing for a wide range of good causes completed the 26-mile course on 26 April.
Margaret Glover (Deputy Faculty Manager, UCL Division of Biosciences), who ran for the Alzheimer's Research Trust, said: "It's an incredible experience, I'd recommend it to anyone. Running for a charity, a lot of people have put their faith in you, so you've got to do it. But the support is fantastic and everyone from UCL did a fantastic job."
Click here to find out more about the individual runners, their results and the charities they represented.
Image: UCL's Andrew Smith and Donald Pang, right, run across Tower Bridge as they attempt to break the tallest costume record in the London Marathon.