Members of the Tranmere Rovers First Team Staff are kicking off an inspiring initiative on Sunday by committing to run 5 kilometres or cycle 15 kilometres every day for the entire month of October.
This extraordinary effort is a testament to their dedication and a heartfelt endeavour to raise awareness and funds for Prostate Cancer UK.
Prostate cancer affects millions of men around the world, and the Tranmere Rovers First Team Staff have taken it upon themselves to make a difference. With their athletic prowess and team spirit, they aim to tackle this pressing issue head-on, all while inspiring others to join their mission.
The team includes coaches, Strength and Conditioning Coach Mark Cowan, Physiotherapist Karly Bland, and Sports Rehabilitator Liam Rainey, all of whom have volunteered to participate in this daily challenge. This endeavour is a testament to their commitment to both the sport of football and their communities.
As the month progresses, the Tranmere Rovers First Team Staff plan to document their journey, sharing their daily runs on social media and encouraging their followers to donate to this worthy cause.
All proceeds will go directly to Prostate Cancer UK to fund research, provide support to those affected, and raise awareness about this prevalent cancer.