£2010 raised for Cancer Research UK!

Blue Latitude Health | 26th June 2015

A great big congratulations to the ladies of Pink Latitude, the Blue Latitude Health Pretty Muddy team. They gave up their Saturday morning lie-in on 13th June to run, crawl, climb, and slide for Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life campaign. It wasn’t the nicest of mornings to be up and at ‘em early, but they persevered and everyone finished the course, a little muddier for the experience. To celebrate their fantastic fundraising efforts, here are some photos of the ladies in action!

Before the race! From left to right: Nilu, Elisa, Anna, E., Mette, Natalie, Jiayi, Adwoa.

Warming up before the course! (Not the nicest day for running, was it?)

And they're off! From left: Jiayi, Adwoa (behind others), Elisa, and Nilu

Reliving PE on a grey Saturday morning deserves a medal. Anna and Elisa clear the first obstacle.

Even while running, they're still smiling for the camera! From left: Jiayi, E., Adwoa.

Getting muddy for cancer! Anna, Elisa, and Nilu crawl through the mud pit and look surprisingly happy doing it.

The Blue Latitude Health Pretty Muddy team in all their mud-covered glory at the end of the race. From left: Natalie, Adwoa, Jiayi, Elisa, Mette, Nilu, Anna, and E.

  Once again, well done to:

  • Elisa, Head of Customer Experience
  • Mette, Associate Consultant
  • Adwoa, Consultant
  • Nilu, Freelance UX Consultant
  • Natalie, Senior Consultant
  • Anna, CX Consultant
  • Jiayi, Associate Consultant

for their incredible efforts in the fight against cancer and raising a whopping £2010 for Cancer Research UK. You absolutely nailed it.   If you’d like to help us end cancer sooner, there is a Blue Latitude Health team participating in the London Triathlon in August! Stay tuned for more on their training and fundraising campaigns.

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