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Colour Dash run tribute to brave Sarah.

Byline: KATHY ARMSTRONG

DEDICATED pals will run the Colour Dash next weekend in honour of their friend who led them through the event months before she tragically died last year.

Sarah Knott, who was from Knocklyon in Dublin, passed away from unknown primary cancer last year.

And now the 31-year-old's friends and family are going to honour her memory next weekend and raise funds for The Irish Cancer Society.

Her sister Ruth, 38, added: "She never gave up and she never discussed death."

The Colour Dash run is sponsored by Aldi and events will be held in Galway tomorrow, Dublin on June 18, Cork on June 26 and Sligo on July 24.

For more information or to donate visit www.cancer.ie/colourdash.

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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jun 11, 2016
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