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Robin Plowman

The SuperHalfs and more!

I'm running the SuperHalfs and more for Spinal Research because we can change the future of spinal cord injury.

64 %
raised of £2,000 target
by 12 supporters
  • Event: SuperHalfs 2020, 22 Mar 2020 to 25 Oct 2020

#TeamSpinal SuperHalfs 2020

We have an intrepid group of runners, #TeamSpinal, that will be taking on the SuperHalfs in 2020 to raise vital funds for Spinal Research. These half marathons are Lisbon, Prague, Copenhagen, Cardiff and Valencia.

Charity Registration No. 1151015


Why am I running?
A new challenge was needed and the SuperHalfs series launches in 2020, it seemed like a obvious choice. It consists of the half marathons in Lisbon, Prague, Copenhagen, Cardiff and Valencia. I've also decided to throw in a few other half marathons as well, check out the list below.

As usual I'll be supporting my charity, Spinal Research, and running with our small, but mighty, charity team.

We are #TeamSpinal


The Events
1 Mar - The Big Half
15 Mar - Hampton Court Palace Half Marathon
22 Mar - Lisbon Half Marathon
28 Mar - Prague Half Marathon
29 Mar - London Landmarks Half Marathon

2 Aug - Wimbledon Common Half Marathon
13 Sep - Copenhagen Half Marathon
4 Oct - Cardiff Half Marathon
25 Oct - Valencia Half Marathon

1 Nov - London Half Marathon


About Spinal Research
Spinal Research is the UKs leading charity funding medical research around the world to develop effective treatments for paralysis caused by spinal cord injury.

Every year 1,000 people in the UK and Ireland are paralysed following an injury to their spinal cord. Spinal Research raises money to fund research into clinical treatments, as well as vital scientific research such as clinical tools to better understand the injury caused, and for the devastating effects on daily living such as breathing, hand movement, and bladder and bowel control.

Thanks to the innovative research we have funded, many experimental treatments, including those to restore movement and feeling, have had positive effects on spinal cord injury in the research laboratory. We are determined to see these treatments transferred to the clinic, transforming the lives of paralysed people.


Offline fundraising:
£64.22 - Farringdon collection
£9.00 - Contactless donations test from TapSimple
£44.49 - Cannon Street collection
£43.75 - Rugby World Cup sweepstake
£90.12 - Moorgate collection
£62.71 - Tottenham Court Road collection
£75.00 - Facebook birthday fundraiser
£125.88 - Temple collection
£38.00 - National Running Show collection
£23.75 - MCG donation
£60.96 - St Paul's collection
£637.88 - Total


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