2018 End-to-End takes to the island’s roads
Caped and costumed participants in this year's XL Catlin End-to-End were greeted by a cool and fair morning start to the charity event in St George's.
End-to-end throngs headed to the West End throughout the day, whether walking, cycling, swimming, rowing or paddleboarding, to raise cash for the worthy causes of 2018.
At Brighton Hill in Devonshire, Weldon Wade and Traci Burgess topped up participants with orange slices and bottled water at the Guardians of the Reef rest stop
“It's been fun — there's a great spirit out today,” said Ms Burgess, also representing the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme.
She added: “We're really thankful to Guardians of the Reef for inviting us.”
The Bermuda Sloop Foundation, cancer charity Pals, the Bermuda School of Music and Bermuda Diabetes Association are all to benefit from today's test of endurance, for which The Royal Gazette is platinum sponsor.
Today marks the island's 31st End-to-End, which has flourished into an event that attracts thousands.