Cystinosis Swimmer Success

Neil on his swimNeil Sugden, trustee for the Cystinosis Foundation UK, joined Simon Moore and swam a distance of 1.5Km as part of Simon’s 22 mile swim during the Achieve More Triathalon Challenge, as covered by Sky and the Times newspaper.

Neil said "It was very hard going especially at the bottom end of the lake as the strong wind made it difficult for me. I only swam a fraction of the distance that Simon did and I was shattered afterwards. I don’t know how Simon could swim the distance he did, then go on to do a bike ride and a run."

Simon Moore is undertaking a unique ultra-triathalon, raising money for various charities in the process. For more information please see the Achieve Moore website.

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