Should the UK and European Veterans
Record fall, B2B Systems have pledged £1,000 as part of their Veteran
Challenge Sponsorship. Antony Gauci, Sales and Marketing Director,
said: "B2B Systems are proud to be able to support the event
through our sponsorship of the Veterans Challenge.
"As a new and fast developing
local software company, we are keen to be involved in community
activities that encourage fitness through running. Our team will be
participating with a great sense of achievement to raise money for
Joining Paul will be many of the
leading Veterans, including Wendy Reeson, Mike Barnsdale and Great
Britain Veteran representative, Stan Owen. 48-year-old, Stamford
based, Owen ran in the 1999 World Vet Half Marathon Championships in
Spain and clocked a time of 73 minutes.
Mike Barnsdale, who has supported the
idea of the race for some time, said: "The AMP International Race
will be a great boost for the city. It will be beneficial to the whole
community from those getting a 'health kick' to those raising
thousands for charity."
Barnsdale, a member of local club,
Nene Valley Harriers, also commented that: "Many of my club's
members are training hard for the event."