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After 1,200km…

After 1,200km of arduous cycling across France, members of the Invesco Perpetual UK equity team completed the Octopus Super Challenge Cycle-a-thon in one piece. Neil Woodford and colleagues Stephen Anness and Nick Hamilton (right) negotiated some challenging terrain but a lot of strategically placed padding saw them home. They set off from Esparon in Southern France on September 10 and crossed the finishing line in Notting Hill a week later, raising 115,000 for charities such as Cancerbackup and The Shooting Star Children’s Hospice.

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