Royal Air Force Air Cadets from 121 ( Nuneaton ) Squadron rose to the Sports Relief Challenge on Sunday 25 th March when they joined hundreds of other runners of all ages taking part in the charity event at the Pingles Leisure Centre in Nuneaton .
The Air Cadets had opted to join the mass of other runners and take part in the Sainsbury's Sports Relief Mile on the track whilst some other members of the public took on even more challenging runs.
But whichever course the youngsters were running, they were all in it to have fun and raise money for Sports Relief thus helping to make a world of difference to people living really tough lives, both in the UK and the world's poorest countries.
Cadet William Mott, aged 15, who organised the Air Cadet team's entry into the Sainsbury's Sport Relief Mile said, “The cadets were determined to do something for Sports Relief 2012 and I think they've all enjoyed taking part. We have all been busy collecting sponsors but we don't know exactly how much we've collected yet but whatever the final total we will be sure that every penny will help to improve life for someone less fortunate than ourselves.”
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