A runner is preparing to face the biggest physical challenge of his life by running sixty miles in three weeks for charity.
David Loveridge was inspired to do the challenge after giving up drinking and smoking and will be supporting disabled children’s charity Get Kids Going.
His challenge starts on April 21 with the London Marathon. After this, he will run the 11 mile, army obstacle course, Tough Mudder, in Kettering on May 5.
Just six days later, he will complete the challenge at the new 22 mile Rat Race army-style obstacle course.
You can support Mr. Loveridge by donating at http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/david-loveridge