Sunday, 18 August 2013

Champion Cyclist becomes a Patron of Hearts and Minds

Paralympic Medallist Rik Waddon has become a Patron of Hearts and Minds.   A British road and track racing cyclist, who has cerebral palsy, he is married to British Paralympic swimmer, Natalie Jones, and lives in Chorley, Lancashire.  He won medals for Great Britain at both the Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Games.

Hearts and Minds founder Ian McGrath commented:  "I am absolutely delighted and honoured that Rik has become a Patron.  He has been a huge supporter of Hearts and Minds over the last year and helped to raise the profile of the many fund-raising events that he has taken part in, such as the Cycling Buddy Charity Challenge in Spain.   Everyone at Hearts and Minds is looking forward to working with him even more closely in the future."

Find out more about Rik here:

Facebook: Rik Waddon

Twitter: Rik Waddon

Website: Rik Waddon Official Site

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