Taylor Wimpey has responded to a call for help from Charline Joiner by offering her £500 towards her training.

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  • Charline Joiner, the local Scottish International Endurance cyclist from Dunfermline, who hopes to qualify for Glasgow Commonwealth Games in 2014, said: "My proudest moment to date in my cycling career has to be standing on the podium watching the Scotland flag go up when, along with my team mate Jenny Davis, we won the only women's medal in Cycling for Scotland - a silver medal in the team sprint.

    "I am aiming for the Commonwealth Games in 2014 where I hope to qualify and be among the medals, but I also have my eye set to participate in the Olympic Games in Rio 2016.

    "This contribution from Taylor Wimpey in east Scotland will help to cover some of my expenses and I'm really thrilled they've taken this opportunity to sponsor me."

    Taylor Wimpey east Scotland's sales manager Audrey Cook, said: "The team was really excited at the prospect of supporting a local cyclist who has already worked so hard to achieve her dreams. We are delighted that our £500 donation towards her ongoing training costs will help her to go onto even greater things in both Glasgow 2014 and the Olympic Games in Rio."

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