GNAAS doctor tackles London Triathlon


AN AIR ambulance doctor has tackled the London Triathlon in a bid to raise cash for the charity this weekend. Dr Jonathan Howes, from Newcastle, took on a 1,500 metre open water swim, 40K bike ride and 10K run all in aid of the Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS).    The 34-year-old has so far raised more than £600 for GNAAS and hopes sponsors will continue to fly in. He said: “The heat was tough but it was worth it.

AN AIR ambulance doctor has tackled the London Triathlon in a bid to raise cash for the charity this weekend.

Dr Jonathan Howes, from Newcastle, took on a 1,500 metre open water swim, 40K bike ride and 10K run all in aid of the Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS).   

The 34-year-old has so far raised more than £600 for GNAAS and hopes sponsors will continue to fly in.

He said: “The heat was tough but it was worth it. It is a privilege to work for such an amazing charity and I wanted to give something back.”

To sponsor Dr Howes click here.

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