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Chrissie Wellington OBE signing To the Finish Line - BIRMINGHAM EXCLUSIVE SIGNING

Thursday 14th September 2017 5pm - 6pm Grand Central Birmingham Signing, Free Event

Four-time World Ironman Champion and winner of the Sunday Times Sportswoman of the Year Award, Chrissie Wellington, swims, bikes and runs (or possibly just walks) into Foyles, Birmingham for an exclusive signing of her new book To the Finish Line.

Through sheer hard work and determination, Chrissie has become an iconic figure in triathlon history. In her latest book, To the Finish Line, Chrissie covers a wealth of topics to help with your fitness, including goal setting, strength and conditioning, nutrition and exercise.

Come along to meet Chrissie Wellington, have your book signed and be inspired to achieve your athletic goals.

Registering and competition

Be sure to register your interest in attending the signing below to be in the chance to win framed and signed print of one of Chrissie’s race photos.



Tickets: This is a FREE event; simply register your interest below.

Venue: Foyles Bookshop, Grand Central, Birmingham, B2 4BF


PLEASE NOTE: This is a free event however you will need to have purchased a copy of the book from Foyles or be purchasing a copy on the day to enter the queue with proof of receipt. Make sure you register your interest online and arrive no later than 5:00pm to go into the draw to win framed and signed print. The winner will be announced before the signing begins. Due to time constraints there will be not posed photography on the day.

Please note, no physical tickets will be issued (to save the trees!). Your email confirmation is proof of booking.


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