I've been running forever, and racing in triathlons in recent years. Problems with my back and hips have stopped me running fast for a bit, so here's a new challenge: ultramarathons. I've no idea if I can run this far, and so many things can go wrong so this will be a real challenge. I'm going to run the Cotswold Way from Bath to Cheltenham. This should be around 100km, further than I've ever run before. I think I can do it.
Kim's parents, Keith and Julie, both died from cancer. I'll be training and running in their memory, and raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support nurses while I do it.
Please donate what you want, if you can. You'll be at my back on the run, and for the 6 months of training leading up to it.
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