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Weʼre raising £6,000 to climb Everest base camp in may 2020 raising awareness for CRPS. A condition that leaves sufferers like Jamie in continual neurological pain.

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Jamie is an honoured Winner of the prestigious Brave Britain Award as well as a multi award winner for outstanding achievements. Jamie as seen on wales online is also the man who climbed a mountain on his hands. Why? Because he wanted to reach his summit, and nothing was going to stop him.

Already known as a ruthless adventurer. Jamie has now set his targets much higher! Base Camp Mount Everest to be exact, all with the intention to Raise awareness for his rare and life changing condition. CRPS Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.

In January 2014, Jamie was diagnosed with a functional neurological condition called Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). A condition that left my neurologically paralysed from the waist down. Jamie’s journey has been life-changing. However, instead of focusing on a restricted life in a wheelchair, Jamie focused on living life outside the box.

Jamie developed a new taste for adapted adventure and committed to showing that a disability does not rule your abilities. In the first year as a wheelchair user, Jamie found a new love for sport. By March 2014, he became a signed member for the Cardiff Celts Wheelchair Basketball team. By the August of 2014, Jamie was selected for the Welsh Wheelchair Rugby 7’s team, Representing Wales in the Home Nations Cup as team Kicker.

With the ultimate aim to not only prove his own abilities but to show and inspire others, Jamie decided to set himself 12 challenges– one new challenge every month, for the year of 2015.

As part of this, Jamie completed the 100-mile-long course of the Carten100 as part of the South Wales Hand-cycle team.

Barely giving himself time to recover, 4 weeks later, Jamie became the first wheelchair user to complete the gruelling WAAT4 challenge!

Jamie’s tireless determination earned him the WAAT4 Greatest Achievement Award.

Jamie has won several other awards for his profound work within disability sport, charity fundraising, reaching a staggering £250,000. Just part of his outstanding achievements. Jamie has been described as inspirational, motivational and a role model to young and old alike. Demonstrated by his determination and willpower.

In 2016, Jamie became the countries first ‘Brave Britain Award’ winner of the “against all the odds” category.

For Jamie Everest is a dream, Base Camp is a childhood ambition and now with your help he has the chance to achieve something that 5 years ago was thought of as impossible. Jamie was once asked by a physio during his journey to learn how to walk what his ultimate goal was. Jamie replied “Base Camp Everest” Facing continual pain and spasms Jamie’s journey was not easy. At 33 years old and having to learn the basics of balance and movement he put in everything he had. For hours he would stand next to a wall and move one side step at a time. Determination was his driving force and 5 years on he has travelled along way. Still very much a wheelchair user but can walk with the use of Smartcrutches Jamie knows that he can complete this challenge but he cant do it alone. He needs your help. Kit, travel, food and expenses Jamie needs to raise £6000. This will cover the costs for himself and his partner and carer Charlott to reach Base Camp and back home safe.

As well as personal sponsorship Jamie and Charlott are looking for company funding to help not only fund the excursion but also raise awareness for a condition that leaves the sufferer in continual pain with very little relief. Most people have never even heard of CRPS but for Jamie it is very real and Charlott supports him every step of the way.

So please help in any way you can! Visit Jamie’s website at or find him on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. We appreciate your support and any assistance you can offer.

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    3 days ago

    Charlott was out training recently competing in the Black Mountain challenge. here is just one of her amazing photos.

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    So myself and Charlott have been training hard and getting in the miles. So who is Charlott and why is she such a massive part of this challenge for me? As part of my illness i suffer with massive pains in my legs, as the neurological system starts to work hard i like most start to get pain. For me however the pain is amplified and in come Charlott. I need massage and deep sports massage therapy is by far the best treatment. I am lucky that my amazing Partner is also my amazing massage therapist.

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  • Annette Gee

    Annette Gee

    May 18, 2019

    Good luck Jamie. Great to meet you today, and a pleasure to give to such a worthy cause.


  • Steve Morgan

    Steve Morgan

    May 18, 2019

    Good luck, Jamie!


  • Mandy Scott

    Mandy Scott

    May 10, 2019

    With love from Mike & I, in memory of our beautiful girl xxx


  • Gareth Harris (squash club)

    Gareth Harris (squash club)

    May 8, 2019

    I only sponsor people if there is a degree of pain and suffering involved, and you're ticking all the boxes.Very best of luck!


  • Dallas Hayvice

    Dallas Hayvice

    May 6, 2019

    Good luck


  • Helga Howells

    Helga Howells

    May 5, 2019

    All the best with your latest challenge Jamie

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    May 4, 2019


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Who are we? I am Jamie AKA See No Bounds and my partner in crime is my better half Charlott who also helps to care for me. Why Everest? Its a dream of both of ours and the aim is to put CRPS on the map.

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