£1000 raised for Dyslexia Association

PUBLISHED: 11:42 27 September 2007 | UPDATED: 12:52 04 May 2010

Jack Powell (left) and Jack Lines cross the finish line after their sprint triathlon. Photo: SUPPLIED

Jack Powell (left) and Jack Lines cross the finish line after their sprint triathlon. Photo: SUPPLIED

TWO Ely school boys raised more than £1,000 for the Cambridge Dyslexia Association by completing a sprint triathlon. King s School students Jack Powell, 15, and Jack Lines, 16, completed the challenge on Sunday. The pair swam 1km of the school s pool, cyc

TWO Ely school boys raised more than £1,000 for the Cambridge Dyslexia Association by completing a sprint triathlon.

King's School students Jack Powell, 15, and Jack Lines, 16, completed the challenge on Sunday. The pair swam 1km of the school's pool, cycled 20km from Ely to Littleport and back and ran 5km, finishing together in 1hr 52mins.

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