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The Tube Challenge is the accepted name for the Guinness World Record attempt to visit all the stations on the London Underground network in the fastest time possible. Participants do not have to travel along all lines to complete the challenge, merely to pass through all the stations on the system. Participants may connect between stations on foot, or by using other forms of public transport.
The record for fastest completion is currently held by Mr Marshall and Mr Smith of the United Kingdom, who completed the challenge in 16 hours, 20 minutes and 27 seconds on 16 August 2013.
Why I am doing this-
This will be the first time someone with a disability has attempted this challenge. The aim is to visit all the stations on the London Underground network in the fastest time possible. There will be hurdles along the way and show we are capable of doing anything we want even if it's going to take more effort.
About the charity I am raising money for-
Vitalise has been providing short breaks for disabled people and carers at accessible Centres in the UK since 1963 (founded in 1963 as Winged Fellowship Trust. In 2004 became Vitalise). They believe that disabled people should have the same rights, freedoms, responsibilities and quality of life as those without disabilities.