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Total raised so far


£3,781.20 of £10,000 target +£405.55 Gift Aid See breakdown

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Charlie & Marie

£125.00 + £31.25 Gift Aid

Kate, when you've done the 100th we'll double our donation. Incredible challenge.


James Frost

£25.00 + £6.25 Gift Aid

Best of luck!!💪👍


Kate Jamieson

£10.00 + £2.50 Gift Aid

I am in absolute awe of your dedication to the cause and the amount of physical strength it will take to get through this. Keep going. You're incredible!




2 days ago



Go Kate! You superhuman machine! Watching your progress is inspiring. Keep smashing this!

2 days ago

Jood Gibbins

£15.00 + £3.75 Gift Aid

You are a true star Katie!

2 days ago

Sarah Jackson

£20.00 + £5.00 Gift Aid

Amazing Kate x

3 days ago

Jay Jennions

£26.20 + £6.55 Gift Aid

You’re just incredible, I don’t know how you do it!xx

4 days ago

Lisa R

£28.00 + £7.00 Gift Aid

Smashing it for great causes!

5 days ago

Bob Hewins

£10.00 + £2.50 Gift Aid

Kate Jayden is raising money for The Trussell Trust, The Hygiene Bank and The Refugee Council

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PLEASE SELECT GIFT AID RECLAIM!!! So many people have missed it and it provides 20% tax reclaim for the charity. So long as you’re a tax payer please select this option to ensure the full donation is being made!

Starting Jan 1st: 100 marathons. 100 days. A journey of 2620 miles roughly the distance from Aleppo, Syria to the U.K. fundraising to help refugees with humanitarian aid and mental health care, as well as providing funds for food banks and hygiene banks, used by all manner of people, whether British or not, because I believe in a world where people shouldn’t have to make a choice between cleanliness or hunger no matter what their circumstances are.

17th July 2022: continuous Deca triathlon. 38km (24 mile) swim, 1800km bike ride (1120 mile), 422km (262 mile)run. All back to back straight after each other.

Over the years my endurance feats for charity have become more and more ludicrous and here I find myself at this point! If I can’t tempt you to date to charity by becoming one in a billion woman I’m the world then I’m not sure how I’ll ever manage! My heart has always longed for a kinder world and country that welcomes people from all walks of life, especially those facing adversity. In the current climate with a hostile environment being created for asylum seekers and those fleeing war, it’s only the fact we happened to be born here that we have such privilege. Refugees are peoples’ mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, children, who had careers and families, who have seen their families brutally murdered, their homes bombed and fled for safety. I’m hoping to make a small difference by raising for the refugee council. Poverty is a real issue in the U.K. too, both for people born here and for refugees and asylum seekers. Many people work full time jobs and still face decisions over whether they feed their children or change their nappy, whether they can afford the electricity for the shower, or the shower gel to use in that shower. Nobody should be workout period products or go without these in order to eat. Over the next 6 months I’ll be reading more and raising more awareness around these subjects as well as fundraising to make a difference, so at least a few less people may not have to go without a meal, or a hot shower, the feeling of being safe and secure in being able to take care of their basic human needs.

What am I doing?

Well I’m running an average of a marathon (26.2 miles) a day for 100 days starting January 1st, representing the journey of a Syrian refugee to the U.K. I have various other events but these lead up to the main event. A continuous Deca triathlon. 38km (24 miles) swim, 1120 mile (1800km) bike ride and 262 (422km) mile run. That’s 10 Ironmans all in one triathlon. In 2019 I undertook a one a day Deca, but this time I complete the continuous, to complete both formats. Only three women in the world have come other this. If I succeed I’ll become one in a billion women in the world and the the first British woman to have done so. Not only is my goal to raise money for charity but hopefully encourage other women and non binary people to undertake their own sporting journey with a single step achievable to them.

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My updates

22 hours ago

Cold out this morning. Another day another 26.2! Fastest so far and my 3rd fastest ever marathon time.

Broken clouds, 0°C, Feels like -2°C, Humidity 80%, Wind 4mph from SW - by

42.3km distance
3:49:28 time
5:20min/km speed


Another day another sub 4. Fastest of the lot so far! Bit of wind coming back up the trail which is hard going, and bitterly cold at points but yeah I’ll take that. Forgot my heart rate strap so ignore the HR I’m not about to have a heart attack clearly m

Few clouds, 3°C, Feels like -2°C, Humidity 100%, Wind 12mph from NW - by

42.3km distance
3:56:27 time
5:22min/km speed
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2 days ago

Bit more jogging. Mate said he didn’t have a sub 4 in him. Then admitted he did a 21:05 parkrun yesterday. And that was that 🤣 The last 4/5 miles were FUN!!! Negative split half 1 in 8:58 pace, 2nd half in 8:30 avg pace.

Light intensity shower rain, 6°C, Feels like 6°C, Humidity 88%, Wind 1mph from NE - by

42.3km distance
3:55:19 time
5:25min/km speed
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3 days ago

Again….fastest so far. 3h48!! Carry on at this rate and I’ll be expecting a PB within about 2 weeks time 🤣 I realised the gym treadmill has a 2h limit on it before it stops and you need to restart the run. So needs recording in two sections. Last week I

42.3km distance
3:50:14 time
5:24min/km speed
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3 days ago

Treadmill calibration to watch

2164m distance
0:11:59 time
5:32min/km speed
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Kate Jayden is fundraising for 3 charities

The Trussell Trust

Charity number: 1110522

The Hygiene Bank

Charity number: 1181267

The Refugee Council

Charity number: 1014576

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