I nominate my wife Margaret for surviving breast cancer, then committing herself to undertake a Sprint Triathlon to prove that she has beat the cancer and finally for volunteering to support the Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention Appeal. Margaret was never interested in any sport as a child and as a working wife and mother had barely time to walk the dog. Despite being decidedly non athletic, she took part in a couple of Super (short) Sprint Triathlons and dreamed of completing a Sprint Triathlon (750m, 20k, 5k). Despite doing all the right things health wise, her plans suddenly changed when she was shocked to be diagnosed with breast cancer, aged 64 years of age. However, after receiving excellent NHS treatment, she recovered from the operation and radiotherapy and was determined to give thanks to her recovery by restarting training for a Sprint Triathlon and supporting the Genesis Appeal as a volunteer. At the grand old age of 65 years, she completed her first Sprint Triathlon in Nottingham on 22nd August, 2010. She wasn't in the least bothered finishing last, even having a young marshal to accompany her on the final lap- but she got the biggest cheer of the day on finishing. There wasn't a prouder competitor (or husband) at the event. Margaret now takes part in super Sprint Triathlons and short road races and still supports the Genesis Appeal. I think she deserves her 15 minutess of fame.