Gaza run aims to break World Record


London charity calls for participants

A LONDON charity is calling on all budding runners to help raise money for a needy cause and break a world record at the same time.

IF is looking for 4000 participants to take part in a spectacular record breaking attempt in London this May.

They are aiming to set a new Guinness World Record for the most people running

100 meters in a 24-hour relay.

The run is being held at Mile End Stadium on May 23rd and all monies raised will be donated to Save the Children’s Gaza Appeal.

Celebrities that have already agreed to participate in the run include Tre

Azam, and Ghazal Asif from BBC1s hit show, the Apprentice, comedian Jeff

Mirza, boxer Anthony Small and Baroness Pola Uddin.

Rizwan Khaliiq, head of the charity said: “We are all looking forward to bringing this record to London. We encourage everyone to register as soon as possible and be part of this historic attempt. At the same time, we are looking to raise as much money as we can for a great cause.

“Neither IF or Save the Children will be taking any administration fees from money raised, so 100% will go directly in the delivery of aid to those in need.”


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