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I am running the London to Brighton Ultra Marathon for Alzheimer's Society because I love a challenge and it's a great charity

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  • In memory of: Roy Clewlow
  • Event: London to Brighton Challenge, 28 May 2016 to 29 May 2016

Alzheimer's Society

We are united to create a world without dementia.

Charity Registration No. 296645

Story

Having been diagnosed with Osgood Schlatters disease (a condition where intense knee pain seen in young athletes, where the bony lump below your knee cap becomes painful and swollen during and after exercise) as a young child, I never thought I would be able to undertake anything like this.

The London to Brighton Challenge is 100km in length and takes around 15 hours!

As a part of my training I will be running Bristol half marathon on 13th of September 2015. Also I will be taking part in 40-40-40 challenge (Chester marathon on 4th of October) organised by Lucas Meagor. Look it up at   http://www.lucaskeepsrunning.co.uk

I am running for the Alzheimer's Society, a charity leading the fight against dementia. A charity that is important to me as my girlfriend's grandfather passed away this year after living with dementia for 7 years.


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