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Author Archives: Elise O'Kelly

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Luke Firmin – Top tips for the London Marathon

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One of our fantastic 2017 London Marathon runners, Luke, shares his top tips and experience for those of you hoping to run in the 2018 Marathon. Luke became a father of two only four days before he ran the London Marathon. … Continue reading

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Two minutes with… Dr Nabil Hajji – Senior scientist at Imperial College

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What’s the first thing you do in the morning?    The first thing I do is prepare my kids for school and check my emails.

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Katie Smith – In Hope

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Special needs teacher Katie Smith, 31, was struck down with debilitating headaches just weeks after returning from her honeymoon. After numerous visits to the doctor and hospital appointments, her symptoms were finally diagnosed as a brain tumour and Katie was … Continue reading

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Two minutes with… Robin Meltzer – Director of Fundraising

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What’s the first thing you do in the morning? A triple spin, up on to the toes, then swiftly into a sideways moonwalk.  

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Joe Wilson – In Our Hearts

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Our son Joe was only eight when he was first diagnosed with a brain tumour and underwent surgery. He recovered well and we managed to get on with life despite the anxiety of knowing there was a high chance the … Continue reading

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