Charlie Maughan


UCL Cancer Institute Research Trust
The UCL Cancer Institute Research Trust exisits to support the groundbreaking research taking place at the UCL Cancer Institute. Its mission is to: Decrease the burden of cancer through laboratory and clinical research Develop excellence, and place UCL as a major national and international hub for cancer research Educate the next generation of cancer researchers and clinicians
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Maughany Gives It a Tri!

Charlie Maughan

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Much to my suprise, my carefree application for the London Triathlon this July turned out to be successful. So I will be running (very far behind) the footsteps of the Brownlee brothers around London.

Training has begun in earnest and the three disciplines have already ensured that my body is sore all over (don't get me started on Transititions!).

I will be competing in the Olympic Distance Men's event on the Sunday which consists of a 1.5km Swim, followed by a 40km bike and then finishing with a heavy-legged 10km run.

The charity that I am raising money for is Chordoma UK, a charity which my best mate's Mum, Sue Fitz-Gibbon founded after being diagnosed herself in 2007.

Chordoma is a rare primary bone cancer, meaning that it arises in bone (rather than spreads to bone). The bones involved are those at the base of the skull, the vertebral bodies (back bones), and the bone of the sacrum and coccyx at the base of the spine. Chordoma is thought to arise from a persistent embryonic tissue (notochordal cells), which normally disappears before birth, but can persist in some people. However, the majority of individuals with notochordal remnants do not develop chordoma. Chordoma is part of a family of cancers called sarcoma, which include cancers of the bones, cartilage, muscles and other connective tissue. Chordomas are generally slow growing, and tend to recur after treatment.

I am very much aware that for students, there is never a good time to give money. But if you could bear a slightly smaller Sainsbury's trip this week, then it would really mean alot to myself and the Fitz-Gibbons.

Recent donors

19.08.13 Better late than never,congrats mate,here's too many more physical endeavours against those bloody Aussies,I will miss you (and your multicoloured Lycra) immensely!

31.07.13 Well Done Charlie, a very good cause.

30.07.13 Well done, Charlie!

29.07.13 Fabulous - well done Charlie!

28.07.13 Congrats Charles! In absolute awe...

28.07.13 Well done Charlie, very proud! Have to see you before you go to aus!


27.07.13 Well done Charlie - absolutely brilliant effort.

27.07.13 Good luck bud xx

27.07.13 Best of luck Charlie. Your mum is a very persuasive fundraiser! Cheers Richard, Sumati and the Austin-Kumar family.


26.07.13 Good luck, Charlie...hope all those bike rides to work pay off!

26.07.13 Well done Charlie - I am in awe........ respect x

26.07.13 Good luck Charlie! Love coral and mike x


26.07.13 Sure you'll ace it!

26.07.13 Not for Beer..

26.07.13 smash it pal

26.07.13 Go charlie! :)



25.07.13 gwun bro!

25.07.13 Good Luck big man, dont know how anyone can physically complete something like this! give you £10,000 if you win it x

25.07.13 Good luck Charlie love Jess and your fans at summer school x

24.07.13 Good luck mate !!!! Let me know how it goes xx


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Theo Beal
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