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Sponsors and Friends of the Event
Get Kids Going
Get Kids Going! is a National charity which gives disabled children and young people the wonderful opportunity of playing wheelchair sport. We provide them with specially built sports' wheelchairs so they can participate in; marathons, rugby, basketball, golf, tennis, mountain skiing, and many more sports.
Hoverspeed
Hoverspeed provide ferry crossings from a number of locations across the UK and Europe. They are kindly supporting the crossing of the runners from Dieppe to Newhaven.
High Five
High5 bars, gels and drinks fuel many of the World’s greatest power & endurance athletes, and will be the source for 'Run Paris to London' in 2004. Their products represent state-of-the-art nutrition technology and are performance proven in the World’s toughest races.They use only the best GMO free ingredients and mouth watering fruit flavours. Year on year they consistantly win Best Product Awards for performance and taste.
Lingfield Park
Lingfiled Park is home to an all weather horse racing track, with frequent meetings running throughout the year. They will kindly be providing the accomodation in Lingfield during the challenge. Please visit their website to find out more.
Ultrafondus
Ultrafondus is a French Ultra Running magazine, with a sister website. Run Paris to London were featured in a eight page article in the first publication of the magazine. This can be downloaded and viewed from the introduction section.
Signarama
Signarama produces signs and other items. Visit their website for further details. Signarama was the location for the 2003 pasta party as well as producing some promotional material for the event.
TriTalk.co.uk is a leading UK triathlon based website. They also provide bespoke website design and hosting packages by a team of certified Macromedia professionals. TriTalk.co.uk designed and host the Run Paris to London site, as well as providing such facilities as the streaming audio during the live event coverage.