from 200m to the marathon.Richard holds the world record for leg amputees over the marathon (2:42:52 in Chicago) and half-marathon (1:14:59 in Reading). When the IPC ruled that he couldn’t compete in the 2012 Paralympic marathon (which is only open
and Richard Whitehead.
minutes. From Antarctica to Sydney, Richard ran 295K (183 miles), flew 43,000K and encountered temperatures ranging from -15C to 33C. His visit to London also coincided with the most snow Britain had seen for nearly 20 years yet undeterred he ran doggedly
, 4:11, Timski, 4:12, Brendan, 4:04 5 HOURS+ See all Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Where are they now? See allRebekah McNicol, 5:17, Welsh Alex, 5:19, Phil Knowler, 8:03, Divissima, 5:17, Speed Queen, 5:36, Philip Owen, 5:18, Charlie Damonsing, 6:19
…‘I had miscalculated the dates! I had just over two weeks to train from running 0km to 10km! After that kick up the backside I went into overdrive, running 12 days out of the next 14. I managed to build up to running 5km non stop within three days
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