Hundreds of Uxbridge College students and staff took part in the Sports Relief Mile at Hillingdon Athletics Stadium.Girls with moustaches, vertical swimmers in goggles and hats, backwards runners, somersaulters, rollerskaters, and a human centipede were among those taking part in Uxbridge College’s sport relief effort.The Sport Relief Mile at Hillingdon Athletics Stadium attracted hundreds of students and members of staff.Fancy

Sport_relief_for_website_P1018623Hundreds of Uxbridge College students and staff took part in the Sports Relief Mile at Hillingdon Athletics Stadium.Girls with moustaches, vertical swimmers in goggles and hats, backwards runners, somersaulters, rollerskaters, and a human centipede were among those taking part in Uxbridge College’s sport relief effort.

The Sport Relief Mile at Hillingdon Athletics Stadium attracted hundreds of students and members of staff.

Fancy dressers included a pair of female students, Beth Whittall (16) and Georgina Donohoe (17), dressed as the runners from the 118 commercial, complete with moustaches.  Other participants cartwheeled part of the mile, and another group finished the distance as a human centipede.

The Sport Relief Mile was one of a number of fundraising activities taking place during the day, which also included five-a-side football, volleyball and basketball.

Activities were run by students on sports courses who have to organise and assist in events as part of their qualification, and participants made donations for each activity.

Gemma Dunnett, Sports Lecturer, who co-ordinated Uxbridge College’s Sports Relief effort said: “This has been a fantastic success, there has been a great turnout at all the events and it has raised awareness of the charities being supported by Sports Relief. It has also got quite a few people who don’t usually get involved in sport on their feet and having a lot of fun for a good cause.”

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