Ironman Shipbroker Completes Grueling Test

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Monday, August 12, 2013
Ed Devenport: Photo courtesy of Clarksons

Clarksons' Sale and Purchase broker, Ed Devenport recently competed sucessfully in the Ironman UK 2013 contest. 

This arduous event was held in Bolton on Sunday 4 August and comprises a 2.4 mile (3.8km) swim, 112 mile (180km) bike ride and 26.2 mile marathon run - which Ed completed in an incredible 12 hours, 41 minutes and 49 seconds, finishing 547th out of a total of 1602 contestants.

Quoting the wording on his victor's medal "anything is possible", Ed said that the event was an amazing experience and raised close to £1700 for his chosen charity, Scope.

 

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