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U’s Supporter’s ‘SMART’ Move

On Saturday April 21st the winner of our Sugar Smart Cambridge competition came to the stadium to pick up his prize.

During February, Cambridge United supporters were asked to challenge themselves to reduce their sugar intake and then write about it on social media to be in with a chance of winning a signed Cambridge United shirt.

Richard Charter, a Cambridge United season ticket holder, Tweeted his personal challenge. He was determined to lose weight by improving his diet, joining Man v fat (a football league specifically set up for men who want to lose weight), and going to the gym. Fortunately for Richard, his name was picked out of the hat and his hard work was therefore rewarded with the signed shirt.

When asked if he had any healthy tips, Richard replied, “Buy fresh food and no takeaway.”

If you would still like to get involved in the campaign there is still time. You just need to challenge yourself to ‘GO SUGAR SMART’ and reduce the amount of added sugar you consume. Using the tag #SUGARSMARTCambridge (on Facebook or Twitter) explain what you’re doing and how you’re getting on.

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