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John Green is taking on the SuperHalf Marathon Series for Prostate Cymru.

Welsh businessman John Green, of Greens Motors Pembrokeshire, is taking on the impressive challenge of the SuperHalf Marathon series this year, all in aid of Prostate Cymru.

After previously raising money for Prostate Cymru with his brother, Pembrokeshire based John has decided to take his fundraising one step further and continue his efforts into 2020.

The SuperHalf Marathon Series consists of five different half marathons in five different European countries.

Normally this challenge is completed over a three-year period, however John is attempting to achieve his goal within the space of a year. 

The series of five glorious half marathons will take John to Lisbon, Prague, Copenhagen, Cardiff and Valencia. It’s a race that starts in one city and ends in another, allowing participants to combine their love of running and travel in one unforgettable experience. 

Talking about the Super Half Marathon series John said, ‘After being diagnosed with Advanced Prostate Cancer I set myself a target to get fit, then my wife Clare threw me a challenge to run a Half Marathon. I thought Cardiff would be it, now six months later I’m running in the European SuperHalf Marathon Series.’

In addition to his running efforts John is also going to be helping to raise awareness for Prostate Cymru by driving a fantastic Nissan around Southwest Wales, one which has been wrapped by Mobad Solutions Ltd. with the Prostate Cymru logo. 

If you would like to donate to John’s just giving page click here

Alternatively you can text 2020JGSHPC to 70085 to donate £10. This costs £10 plus std rate message or you can opt to give any whole amount up to £20.  

We’re so grateful for anyone that can raise both money and awareness for Prostate Cymru as we help men all across Wales with prostate disease. If you would like to raise money for Prostate Cymru you can find more information here.

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