12:03pm Wednesday 15th January 2014
A 26-year-old woman from Hakin is getting her running shoes on to raise money for the Royal Voluntary Service.
Keen runner Sanna Duthie will be attempting the London marathon in April, the Preseli Beast in May and the Tenby marathon in July.
The Friday Ad worker said the toughest race will be the Preseli Beast due to the terrain, but she is up for the challenge.
Sanna said: “I love running, I always have. I only started racing in 2012 and then it was only 10k’s and a half marathon.
“I love the feeling of completing a marathon, nothing else beats it. I often run home from work which is just under 7 miles. I find it the perfect way to wind down.
“So far my training is going really well, it will get better when the weather warms up and I can get out on the road more. My boyfriend got me a treadmill for my birthday so that helps a lot too.”
Sanna is running for the Royal Voluntary Service as she wants to give something back to the community. She hopes to raise £2,000.
To make a contribution visit Sanna’s online fundraising page www.justgiving.com/sanna-duthie
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