CAT runs for BEN

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Congratulations to all of the CAT team members who ran Sunday’s London Marathon for BEN, the automotive charity, and thanks for all of the generous donations so far.

We had three direct entrants taking part – David Harris, Jonathan Whitehead and Martin Lee – and all finished.

David suffered a hamstring injury at around mile 21, but he soldiered on to finish in 5:48. Jonathan managed 4:48 while Martin recorded our fastest time of 4:46.

Congratulations to all out aftermarket colleagues who took part including the IGA’s Stuart James with a 5:33 and Neil Kennett with a stonking 4:06.

We’re still collecting money on behalf of BEN, so click on this link and dig deep for a great cause.

And here’s a snapshot of the CAT team in action:

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