Former footballer Francis Benalli introduced ultra-running charity for charity
50 years old Francis got three awards for charity work
Frances played football in England for 20 years
Southampton Former England footballer Francis Benalli launched a challenge on Monday. This challenge was to complete 7 Ironman Triathlon in 7 days. They have already completed 4 triathlon in 4 consecutive days. They ran the first triathlon in Manchester. His Akhauri Triathlon will end on Sunday in Southampton. The 50-year-old Francis started this challenge to raise funds for British cancer victims. His target was to raise £ 10 million (about Rs 9.5 crore). But within 4 days they have collected 7.2 million. They will give this amount to Cancer Research UK. In the Triathlon, 2.4 miles (3.86 km) swimming, 112 miles (180 km) cycling and 26.2 miles (42.14 km) are to be run.
Triathlon: 3.86 km swimming, 180 km cycling, 42.14 km race
Francis Benalli has said that many years ago he started taking part in the ultra-endurance event. We have made ourselves so strong that we can achieve something beyond physical and mental capabilities. I constantly eat something and drink. So that the weight does not decrease.
Cycling and running Southampton's former Defender Frances, in England's 44 stadium, ran a cycling two-week marathon between the 44 stadium in 2016. He ran a marathon every day for two weeks and cycling 120km. He raised about Rs 3 crore from this They ran 1600 km in three weeks in the Premier League's 20 stadium in 2014. Then they raised 90 million. Francis has won three awards for his charity work.
Francis Ironman has burned 33,940 calories during the triathlon
During this race, Francis has taken 333,923 steps in four days so far.
Francis Benalli has been active for 3,123 minutes so far in Irman.
Francis played football in England from the 3 clubs of England in 20 years, played football for 20 years in England. He was associated with Southampton from 1988 to 2004. After that he played in Nottingham Forest in 2001. After that he again played with Southampton. He retired from football in 2008. He played 348 matches from three clubs. After retirement, coaching, media work and public relations also did. But the Endurance Challenge was the best for them.