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Greg attempted his fifth and final triathlon, featuring another, freezing open-water swim. The sheer, relentless exertion had taken its toll but thanks to all your support he managed to push on, crossing the finish line at BBC Norwich! Greg called in regular updates to BBC Radio 1 throughout the day in between each of his events.

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Greg has done it! 5 triathlons. 5 days. 5 cities. Tick!

Greg James has successfully completed the gruelling Gregathlon! He ran, swam and cycled an incredible total distance of 246.3 miles to raise awareness and cash for Sport Relief.

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Five times a champion

A battered, bruised but deliriously happy Greg James crossed the finish line. “To everybody who donated, you’ve done it, you’ve made the difference and you’ve changed lives."

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Run to the finish line

An ecstatic Greg is on the home stretch, joined on the final leg of the Gregathlon by cricketer Jimmy Anderson and vlogger Jim Chapman. Go on Greg, you can do it!

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Greg overwhelmed by support

Greg is absolutely overwhelmed by all the support coming through, he's now raised over half a million pounds for Sport Relief! Thank you to everyone who's sponsored Greg so far.

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Freezing final freestyle

It’s -2 degrees in Norwich as Greg takes to the water for his final open-water swim. Spurred on by a show of support from his parents, it goes swimmingly! Can Greg continue to push his body to the limit for one more day?

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Frosty start to the final day

His traumatic open-water swim in Glasgow still in mind, Greg contemplates the task at hand ahead of his final swim this morning in freezing Norwich. He's live on-air BBC Radio 1 breakfast with Grimmy.

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How we help in East Anglia

Funded with money raised through Sport Relief, The Jigsaw Project helps young people, aged 16-24, with learning disabilities to learn a valuable range of life-skills, enhancing their confidence and independence. It’s one of over 50 projects we’re proud to fund throughout East Anglia.


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