COVER's editor, Johanna Gornitzki, raised over £2,000 for Unicef's Stop Child Trafficking campaign a...
COVER's editor, Johanna Gornitzki, raised over £2,000 for Unicef's Stop Child Trafficking campaign after successfully completing her first marathon.
Gornitzki finished the 26.2-mile course in Stockholm, Sweden, in four hours and 40 minutes in temperatures of up to 30 degrees celsius.
She would like to thank all those who were kind enough to sponsor her. If you would like to make a pledge and have not already done so, please go to http://www.justgiving.com/Johannarunningthemarathon.
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