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Sumir Karayi runs his first London Marathon and raises £11,000 in charity to the British Association of Adoption and Fostering (BAAF)


4 hours, 32 minutes and 22 seconds. You can do a lot in this amount of time. You could watch the extended blue ray version of Lord of The Rings: Return of the King. You could watch over a sixth of a season of 24. You could even squeeze in a Super Bowl. Or you could just run a marathon like 1E CEO Sumir Karayi.
Sumir Karayi has just ran his first London Marathon in charity for BAAF on Sunday and, with the help of all of those of you out there who have charitably donated, has managed to raise more than £11,000. Whilst most marathon runners have a lot of time to fit in a regularly scheduled training regime – others unfortunately do not have that kind of luxury.
With meetings across continents, busy schedules, and not to mention the blur of activities that is called the Microsoft Management Summit in Las Vegas the week before the London Marathon, Sumir found it a challenge to find the time to properly train.
Sumir acknowledges that the hardest part of the marathon was the final few miles where he had to really reach deep within to keep his motivation up to keep running. With many people walking the last section of the marathon route, it would have been easy to just follow the rest of the crowd and just walk the final stretch but Sumir was resolved to carry on and finish strong.
Thanks again to all those who have contributed and those who supported Sumir’s run.


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