Tuesday, November 4, 2008

James Styler To Raise Money For Heart Disease With 100,000 lbs And 357 km

New Zealand triathlete James Styler has put together a unique way to raise money to beat congenital heart disease. Over three demanding days, he will lift 100,000 lbs of weights, cycle 280 km, and run 77 km, finishing it all off with the SBS Christchurch Marathon.

James Styler will lift, cycle, and run with a purpose: to raise money for the "Heart Kids" charity. Congenital heart disease affects one in every 100 children born in New Zealand. The mission of "Heart Kids" is to provide the best support and care for these children and their families. Money donated to Heart Kids will provide families with essential services and care, and give them support and resources during surgery and hospital stays.

You can find all of the details and make donations here.

Good luck, James!

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