I’m a thirty year old runner who ironically doesn’t really like running.

After realising that my life was not heading in the direction I was hoping it would I decided that I had to make some radical changes. I left my life and party lifestyle behind and started running to raise money for a charity called Spinal Research. Since then I have pushed myself and taken of challenges I never would have though possible. From running 3,700 miles across a continent to loosing 25kg in weight and running ultra marathons across Europe. 

Its been a wild ride and will only get more exciting!

 

 

Once again the blog has been shortlisted at The Running Awards. This years awards will be held on London’s largest events boat as it sails down the Thames on 25th April 2019. It’s an amazing Red Carpet evening with all of the big names in running in attendance. If you can spare two minutes to vote in the category (Blogs > Blog – Personal) it would mean the world to me.

Fundraising

Over the last six years I have been involved with the amazing charity, Spinal Research. Be it running in races, personal events, train station collection days or event representing them at research centers and in interviews.

I have come to love helping the charity in whatever way possible, it has given me something stable and a purpose to follow no matter what job I am or where I am working across the world. They are the UK’s leading charity funding research across the world into treatments for spinal cord injury and raise awareness of the effects of paralysis caused by injury to the Spinal Cord.

Hit the button below to find out more from this amazing charity.

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Featured in...

I have been lucky enough to be featured on news shows, in newspapers, magazines and online publications. Below are a few of the many, just click the logo to be taken to the article.