In November 2016, Bhavin Gohil’s whole world changed when his wife, Sheetal, passed away after a second stroke aged just 37. Since then, Bhav has dedicated his life to supporting the Stroke Association and running in her memory.
Peter Hurrell, 25, is taking on the Virgin Money London Marathon for the Stroke Association on Sunday 3 October 2021 after his dad had four strokes in just one month.
Walking route ideas to help you complete the Walk Your Way marathon challenge. You can set the route and pace whatever way you decide to walk it.
Join #TeamStroke at the greatest half marathon in the world. You and 57,000 others will run from the heart of Newcastle to the beautiful beaches of South Shields.
Arlena is taking on the London Marathon to celebrate her grandmother, Ursula, who survived a stroke in 2011. Sadly, Ursula passed away in March 2020 after also suffering with dementia. Now, Arlena is running in her memory.
Ross Terry saw first-hand the debilitating and life-changing impact stroke had on his Grandparents. In their honour, Ross has taken on many challenges for the Stroke Association including his next venture in the 2021 London Marathon.
Stephen started running again after his partner, Justine, died from a stroke at just 46 years old. He formed #TeamJustine with his family, friends and neighbours, and decided to take on challenges in her memory.
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Join #TeamStroke for this iconic 10-mile run in the heart of Portsmouth. With over 30 years of history, the Great South Run has become a challenge that cannot be missed.
Byrony had a stroke on Christmas Eve 2017, aged 24. Read more about Bryony, her stroke journey and how she later volunteered for the Stroke Association.