In November 2016, Bhav Gohil’s whole world changed when his wife, Sheetal, passed away after a second stroke.
“The day after her funeral, I was lying in bed, feeling so low. But I knew Sheetal wouldn’t be happy with that. That’s why I started jogging.
"It was tough at first, but getting out helped me cope. I worked my way up – first a 5k, then a 10k. Finally, I managed a half-marathon, raising money for the Stroke Association along the way.
“2019 would have been our 10th wedding anniversary and Sheetal’s 40th birthday, so I knew I had to do something special. I decided I’d take on the London Marathon in Sheetal’s memory.
"It was tough, but as I approached the finish line I knew Sheetal was with me giving me the strength to go on, just like she does every day.”