Five days. Two HOAH marathons, two 18-mile runs and a 9.5 mile run. A total of 98 miles. 22 laps of the Pike. 18,300ft of climb. Doesn't look half bad when you write it down. Thank you to everyone who made it happen - that was some 61st birthday!!
I might not have managed to do 5 marathons in 5 days but I gave it my best shot every day in memory of my amazing wife Diane, who lost her brave battle against breast cancer in February 2013.
I promised her I would be OK. Typically selfless of her, she was worried I wouldn't cope without her. She was right. So I haven't been without her. Every day she guides me and every day I talk to her. Most days I simply tell her I wish I knew why we had been torn apart. Neither of us has come up with an answer yet.
But it's a question that dominates the lives of tens of thousands more people every year who live, fight and pray under the cloud of a diagnosis of breast cancer.
If it wasn't for Breast Cancer Care, it would be a very one-sided fight. But because of the work they do in counselling, supporting and raising awareness of people's struggle with this horrible disease, it is a battle more and more people are winning.
But they need your support to continue this work. Please give what you can.