Since the start of 2017, 24hrs4cf has reached over 8m people all over the world. I completed the challenge in 22 hours and then went on to row another 10 miles. For those of you who don’t know, here’s how the 24 hours were broken down: Lifted 100 tonnes Cycled 100
As some of you may know, I ran the Cardiff Half Marathon last Sunday. I hadn’t planned to do this at all. A few very good friends of mine decided to get a group together to run to help raise awareness for 24hrs4cf. I was overwhelmed by their support and couldn’t ask for better friends, so
High Altitude Last weekend I decided I wanted a bit of a different training session. Having never climbed Pen y Fan in South Wales, I thought, why not. However, like anything, I wanted to make it a little more interesting / exciting / different / harder. So, after a 3.30am start on
Ok so first things first, yes I’m a bit mad. I’m answering countless messages asking me why on earth I’m doing this, so, I thought I’d explain in a little bit more detail. From a very young age, I’ve always been very active. Having three older (much older), sporty siblings has made me slightly competitive.