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Stamford College students take part in squat challenge to help Teenage Cancer Trust



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Students from Stamford College sports department took part in a squat challenge during February and raised £940 for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

The students, who are studying sports science at the college completed 2800 squats either individually or in teams whilst working virtually from home.

The challenge was given as a chance for the group to maintain their physical fitness during the lockdown period as well as doing something worthwhile for a charity that they could relate to.

Maizie Rogers, a student on the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sports Science
Maizie Rogers, a student on the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sports Science

Maizie Rogers, 17, from Deeping, said: “Taking part has made me realise how many teenagers may struggle with this horrible disease and how it tires them out on a daily basis.”



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