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After an incredibly draining first day, Greg had to do it all over again, this time in Cardiff. The day's triathlon started and finished at BBC Radio Wales, with the swim taking place in Cardiff International Pool. Greg called in regular updates to BBC Radio 1 throughout the day in between each of his events.

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Greg hits an All Time Low as he completes second day

Greg takes an ice bath in the company of guests, as band All Time Low join him for his BBC Radio 1 show. He successfully completed his second day of the five day Gregathlon.

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Greg faced further Storm Imogen weather-related havoc in Cardiff and was joined for a run by All Time Low as he completed day two of the Gregathlon.

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All Time Low join Greg for a run

Greg completes the final leg of his Cardiff triathlon with the boys from All Time Low joining him during his run. The band stayed on as guests during Greg's BBC Radio 1 show.

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Go Greg!

His shoulders strapped, his legs aching, Greg takes to the pool for the second leg of his Cardiff triathlon. Keep going Greg!

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Greg's agonising recovery session

Following the morning's cycle, Greg has an agonising physio session before getting on with the next leg of the Gregathlon at Cardiff International Pool.

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Greg cycles through Storm Imogen

Storm Imogen hit Wales on Monday bringing gale force winds, torrential rain and flood warnings, disrupting the plans for Greg's cycle route. Undeterred, Greg sets off on his bike.

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Greg sets a challenge for Grimmy

During the cycle leg of his challenge Greg sets a challenge for Grimmy - to raise the total raised for Sport Relief to £50K. Did Grimmy manage to pull off this massive task?

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So much respect from Danny Dyer

Greg receives a good luck message from Danny Dyer to keep him going on day 2 of his challenge.

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See Greg's route

Unfortunately, due to Storm Imogen, we've had to change the cycle route at the last minute. Follow on Twitter for the latest information and to see how Greg gets on with his challenge. These routes could still change. We'll try not to and we'll only do it for a very good reason.

How we help in Cardiff

People with learning disabilities can often find themselves excluded from accessing services, such as healthcare and education. Cardiff People First uses Sport Relief cash give people with learning disabilities an effective, collective voice in the community and is just one of a number of projects we’re proud to fund in Cardiff.

Thanks also goes to: Gore, Dare 2B, Craghoppers, Sportstiks, Beacon Fell and HUUB