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Dentist to take on 18 month 18 Event Charity Challenge

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A 36-year old Dentist from Cirencester is taking on a marathon fundraising challenge to raise much-needed funds for Breast Cancer Care and support people affected by breast cancer.

His goal? To raise £18,000 by competing in 18 challenging sporting events over 18 months (with a target of raising £1000 per event).

When asked what is driving Dr Ross Cutts of Cirencester Dental Practice, to take on such a herculean challenge he said:

Breast cancer is a scourge of the modern day with many families tragically affected by it. My family and friends seems to have been surrounded by it of late - some with tragic consequences. I have spent all of my working life talking to patients and have often listened to stories of inspiration that humbled me, but I have never felt compelled to act upon it. Until now!”

With his first two challenges - the 60 mile Blenheim Cycle Ribbonride and a 100k Nightrider Cycle - already under his belt he is now setting his sights on the next two - the British 10k London Run in July and the Cotswold Triathlon in September.

Ross is also one of the thirty bike riders taking part in the Straumann Charity Bike Ride 2013 taking place on 19th-24th September 2013, starting at the Straumann headquarters in Basel, Switzerland and finishing at the Head Office of Straumann UK in Crawley, West Sussex - a mere 600 miles in six days! 

For more information or to give a donation visit

http://www.justgiving.com/teams/DrRossCuttsCharityChallenge

You can also follow Ross’ blog on http://drrosscutts.blogspot.co.uk/

The Straumann Charity Bike Ride is also aiming to raise £30,000 for Bridge2Aid and CLAPA. Donations can be made online via http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiserweb/fundraiser/showFundraiserProfilePage.action?userUrl=Straumann&isTeam=true

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