Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - HMS Raleigh’s physiotherapist, Cherry Powell, is on a mission to raise £2,000 to secure her place in this year’s London marathon.

HMS Raleigh’s physiotherapist, Cherry Powell, is on a mission to raise £2,000 to secure her place in this year’s London marathon.

The 55-year-old runner is one of seven chosen to run for Walking With The Wounded.

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Meet the MdS Team 2020 - Col. Lucy Giles

The Marathon des Sables is fast approaching. Soon, a team representing WWTW will start their 251 KM race across the Sahara Desert, tackling intense heat and challenging terrain.

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Trio of brothers take on the Marathon des Sables to raise money for mental health support

WWTW has a team of 36 runners all undertaking the momentous challenge on behalf of the organisation. The team are set to raise £250,000, which will go towards veteran support.

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Twin brothers take on the Marathon des Sables

This year, WWTW is taking its biggest team out to navigate through the Sahara Desert as part of the Marathon des Sables.

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Meet the MdS Team 2020 - Katie Hislop

Since its inception in 1986, the Marathon des Sables (‘MdS’) has attracted thousands of runners from across to world. The ultra-marathon takes place across 6 days and challenges participants to run the distance of 6 regular marathons back to back. This year, Walking With The Wounded are taking its biggest team yet to the start-line.

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Meet the WWTW MdS Team 2020 - Rob Gibbs

In April next year, a team of 32 runners will take on the incredible Marathon des Sables on behalf of WWTW.

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Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - Duncan Slater to return to the Sahara Desert for the Marathon des Sables

Duncan Slater to return to the Sahara Desert for the Marathon des Sables

In 2017, Duncan Slater became the first double leg amputee to take the Marathon des Sables. As we mark our 10th Year Anniversary, Duncan is back to mark 10 years since his amputations. In our latest Marathon des Sables series, we find out why Duncan is returning to the desert and how he is getting ready for the race.

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Join the Walking With The Wounded Team at the Great North Run

Great North Run Ballot opens early January, don’t forget to enter!

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Meet the Marathon des Sables team: Duncan Slater to return to the desert

In 2017, Duncan Slater became the first double leg amputee to take the Marathon des Sables. As we mark our 10th Year Anniversary, Duncan is back to mark 10 years since his amputations. In our latest Marathon des Sables series, we find out why Duncan is returning to the desert and how he is getting ready for the race.

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Meet the WWTW MdS Team 2020 - Josh Hignell

The Marathon des Sables (MdS) is a grueling race across the Sahara Desert, and it attracts thousands of runners every year. Over the years, WWTW has invited different teams to take part in the event on behalf of the charity and this year we have our biggest team yet! In our latest interview, Josh Hignell shares some thoughts on why he is taking part and how he is preparing for the race:

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