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01 June 2018
Jo and her team

Jo Sopala, Director of Health Professional Programmes at the MS Trust, has signed up to run the British 10K in July and wants you to join her.

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29 August 2017
Julie and Emily

As she gets ready to run the Great North Run, Emily tells us how her mum has inspired her to take on this challenge. 

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28 June 2017
Megan and Jody

Jody Cass decided to set herself a challenge for her 40th year as a way to get fit and raise some money for the MS Trust. 

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06 June 2017
Helena and Gayle with their medals

As she prepares to run the British 10K for the third time, Helena shares her experience of running with MS and reflects on some of the reasons why she has been able to push herself.

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08 December 2016
Heather and her brother Chris

Heather tells us how she and her family are dealing with her recent MS diagnosis and why she has decided to take on the Bath Half Marathon.

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07 December 2015
Syd's Christmas Card designs

Syd Hausmann tells us why she was inspired to take up running to support the MS Trust and how she's using her design skills to raise funds this Christmas.

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21 October 2015
Amy doing the British 10K for the MS Trust

My name is Amy and I have registered to take part in the 2016 British 10K Run in London because one of my closest friends, Becki, has MS. 

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17 August 2015
Josh with his parents covered in blue powder

6 year old Josh took part in The Colour Run along with his dad Jamie and his aunty Emma. As Emma tells us, his family were very proud.

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25 June 2015
Stephanie Cowles and friend

Stefanie Cowles tells us about the challenge she set herself to run 100 miles in 100 days in aid of the MS Trust.

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14 May 2014

Deputy Headteacher Ed Godfrey took part in the 2014 London Marathon and raised £2,000 to support the work of the MS Trust. He was also inspired to write a poem for a school assembly, where he shares the real experience of running a marathon!

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10 April 2013
Tim Siggs holding up his medal

I'd always wanted to do a triathlon, but being diagnosed with MS makes you wonder, is it something I can do? It made me question many things about my life and what the future has in store.

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