Scott Leeves is taking on the London Marathon for a second time after he saw the difference his fund
Scott Leeves ran the London Marathon for the first time last year in 5h3m. He's back for more on Sunday and hoping to knock some time off his PB.
As with last year, he's fundraising for Norwood, a charity that supports vulnerable children and their families, children with special educational needs and people with learning disabilities. Last year he raised a whopping £1,900.
Scott says that although running the London Marathon last year was one of the hardest and most challenging times of his life, he wanted to do it again this year because he could see the difference his fundraising made to those people.
This year, his fundraising target is £2,000:
Scott saw Sophie yesterday for a pre-marathon sports massage and will see her next week for post-marathon recovery treatment too.
Scott have a blast. We'll see you at mile 25!