This Father’s Day, Simon and his daughter Annie have reflected on their amazing bond as they begin training for the London Marathon to raise vital funds for Muscular Dystrophy UK
The annual MDUK Town and Gown 10k is a professional, chip-timed and serious fun run. Known as the runner’s run, it goes through the closed streets of central Oxford.
Clinicians whose work is supported by Muscular Dystrophy UK (MDUK) are accelerating their fundraising and training before the charity’s iconic Oxford Town and Gown 10k race, wh
When his son Will was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy at the age of four, Sam threw himself into organising and participating in a series of ambitious, large-scale event
This year, the annual event to mark fathers coincides with World FSHD Day 2021.
Grant’s 10-year-old sons have facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD).
In the picture above left to right: David Nicholson and David Howard
David Nicholson is building a bespoke running wheelchair at Carlin Motorsport, the motorsport factory where he
10 women and three men, aged between 17 and 59, took up open water swimming for the first time for the Great North Swim challenge which takes place on Saturday 12 June.
Geraldine and her team raised over £1,250 by taking part in the 2020 Virtual London Marathon, and gained an experience they’ll never forget.
Brian Deehan and his family founded the Muscular Dystrophy UK (MDUK) East Yorkshire branch in 1992.
Ani Voruganti’s life ambition is to help children and young people with muscular dystrophy conditions.
The ‘Fen Dog’ team, led by Roy Fenner, is doing Pedal Paddle Peak (PPP) because his youngest son, Owen, 17, has congenital muscular dystrophy.