Wheathampstead TV presenter ready for London Marathon

Jordine Bartlett in her training vest

Jordine Bartlett in her training vest - Credit: Archant

FIRST-TIME marathon runner and TV presenter Jordine Bartlett is on track to achieve her life-long goal by completing the 26.2 mile challenge.

Jordine, of St Albans was motivated to run the London Marathon in aid of Children with Cancer UK after a close relative had a cancer scare last year.

The 20- year old, who said she cannot wait to complete the course and get her hands on a finisher’s medal, is hoping to raise £2,000 for the charity.

Jordine said: “Running the London Marathon has always been one of my ultimate lifetime goals and as difficult as it is to train six-days-a-week in minus conditions, I am so excited about running for this amazing charity and raising lots of money so they can continue the great work that they do.”

To help Jordine reach her fundraising target visit http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/Jordine


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