[Chesterfield Post] - BBC newsreader Sophie Raworth was among the 160 people running to raise funds for St John Ambulance's charitable work. Sophie, who last year collapsed and required treatment from St John Ambulance volunteers, finished without needing first aid
[Daily Mail] - And she also posed with her presenting pal Sophie Raworth before they headed off on their lengthy run. But despite injuring herself, Susanna is delighted with the amount of money she had managed to raise at her expense. She tweeted to her online fans:
[BBC News] - BBC newsreader Sophie Raworth (middle), who collapsed at the 23-mile mark in 2011, banished the memories of last year's marathon to finish the race in three hours 56 minutes. BBC Breakfast's Susanna Reid also took part (left).
[This is Staffordshire] runners raised more than £1 million for the charity. More than competitors tackled yesterday's Virgin London Marathon including model Nell McAndrew, newsreaders Sophie Raworth and Susanna Reid, singer Will Young and rower James Cracknell.
Sophie Jane Raworth (born 15 May 1968) is an English journalist and broadcaster working for the BBC. She is a senior newsreader mainly presenting BBC News at Six and BBC News at Ten. She can often be found presenting state occasions.
Born: Sophie Jane Raworth; 15 May (age Occupation: Journalist, presenter, newsreader
Years active: 1992–present
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