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Grand Olympic Park finish for man who raised £35k

PUBLISHED: 08:30 17 August 2016

Carnegie Smyth crossing the finishing line in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Carnegie Smyth crossing the finishing line in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

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A high-flying investment manager has celebrated completing 10 days of intense sports by meeting an Olympic gold medallist.

Carnegie Smyth raised more than £35,000 for 2012 legacy charity Sported by competing in 10 sports over 10 days and riding 1,000km.

He finished at the Lee Valley Tennis and Hockey Centre in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, meeting gold medal-winning cyclist Chris Boardman.

The director at Signia Wealth said: “I have seen first-hand the power of sport to motivate and inspire.”


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