The dedicated first team performance staff at Tranmere Rovers Football Club have almost wrapped up an impressive first week of participating in the Prostate United Challenge.
This challenging event, which aims to raise awareness and funds for prostate cancer, has seen the trio already making significant strides in their charitable journey.
The team, consisting of Strength and Conditioning Coach Mark Cowan, Physiotherapist Karly Bland, and Sports Rehabilitator Liam Rainey, embarked on their mission to support Prostate United by committing to either biking or running every day throughout the month of October.
In just six days, they have managed to complete a remarkable 122.74 kilometres on their bikes and cover an additional 40.81 kilometres on foot. Their dedication and physical efforts are already inspiring fans and supporters alike raising valuable funds for the charity.
The Tranmere Rovers first team staff are expected to continue their efforts over the coming weeks, hoping to surpass their initial accomplishments and make an even greater impact in the fight against prostate cancer.
As the first week of the Prostate United Challenge comes to a close, Tranmere Rovers and its first team staff have set a high bar for charitable contributions and community involvement, demonstrating once again that they are champions on the pitch and off it.