Press Coverage – Finura Team Completes Charity Triathlon reports Citywire

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Citywire covers Finura Director, Nathan Mead-Wellings’, completion of the recent Bloodwise Blenheim Palace triathlon.

London-based Finura Partners director Nathan Mead-Wellings completed the Bloodwise Blenheim Palace triathlon on 1 June. The race consists of a 750m swim, a 19.8km bike ride and a 5.4km run.

‘The charity funds world-class research into all types of blood cancer, which is the fifth most common cancer in the UK and the third biggest cause of UK cancer deaths,’ says Mead-Wellings.

Nearly everyone in the Finura team has been touched in some way by cancer in their lives, either indirectly or directly. The race may be over, but there is still time to donate here: bit.ly/2WqpnkJ.

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