Posted on: March 15, 2017
On Sunday 12th March, David Domb of West Hampstead completed the North London Half Marathon in an impressive 1 Hour 54 mins and 20 seconds. David was running for the learning disability charity Langdon and in the lead up to the race he raised £1,403. This will go towards the charity’s work to support Jewish people with learning disabilities.
David said “What an amazing experience, the buzz from the crowd kept me going the whole way through. Finishing the race at Wembley, where so many of my football heroes have played, is a moment I’ll never forget. I am so proud of the amount of money raised for this amazing organisation. It was an honour to represent Langdon.”
David’s fundraising page is still open if you would like to sponsor him.
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