In January, I had the privilege of seeing the work of The Connection first hand with a tour and introduction to the fundraising team.
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For several years, I was both running for and from my life, Bipolar Disorder taking me where there was nowhere left to run and suicide seemed my only option.
Ten years on, I'm still running, but now over the distance of 26.2 miles, On this site, I'll share my reflections on a journey of mental illness, homelessness and running which humbles me every day, and for which I thank my saviour Christ every day.
Approaching the Race to the Stones on 15 July, I write about the importance of my faith in running and fundraising.
A few amendments to the schedule includes a third 100km ultra in the form of the Thames Path Challenge.
"If you want to talk to God, run an ultra." ... I love this quote from the legendary Dean Karnazes. Here I talk about running for God
Reflections on a journey of rebirth after suicide and acute sense of losing someone who shared that journey
This weekend has been a stark reminder of why this journey began, suicide & mental health at the forefront.
There is no other race on the calendar like London, and it delivered spectacularly for me on a personal level.
Back to London for a third time, my fire burns deeper than ever to change lives, my #ReasonToRun
It was meant to be a recovery from Rome and a warm up for London but delivered something very different
Saturday 11 March saw me take a step into the unknown with my first Ultramarathon
Thanks to Runners World UK and Jon Enoch Photography for the recent Runners World feature
Last week saw the first of this year's fundraising series of races, the Phoenix Breakfast Race
This week I had the privilege of visiting The Connection at St Martin-in-the-Fields and seeing the work they are doing up close
An unforgiving night on the streets of London with the homeless brought me face to face with my past
My initial response to the Prime Minister's pledge around mental health
11 years on from the day that changed my life, reflecting on a journey post suicide
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