Members of Royston fitness centre fighting fit against cancer with ultramarathon

PUBLISHED: 17:03 03 September 2015

Sitting down is Francis Law, to her left  is Natalie Dunsden, and David's wife Joanna Ayliffe.

Sitting down is Francis Law, to her left is Natalie Dunsden, and David's wife Joanna Ayliffe.

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The owner of a Royston fitness centre has taken on one of the toughest challenges known to man to raise vital funds in memory of his friend.

David Ayliffe tackled the London 2 Cambridge ultramaraton challenge with wife Joanna, and Fighting Fit members Natalie Dunsden and Francis Law.

The Fighting Fit Warriors team raised more than £1,000 in the process for Against Breast Cancer in memory of close friend Isabel Meecham from Melbourn.

David said: “It was the toughest thing I have done physically and mentally since leaving the Australian army 15 years ago. With that said, it was very rewarding to finish knowing raised a shedload of money for such a worthy cause.”

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