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Keith Boyle

Keith Boyle

Keith Boyle

I’m running the London Marathon to raise money for CALM.
I was starting to lose count of the number of young men I knew that were taking their own lives; my cousin, a friend, lads I’d known through work or from the area in Liverpool where I live. Things could have turned out much differently if these lads knew there was someone they could turn to,that’s why I chose CALM.

It’s my first attempt at a marathon,I started running towards the end of 2008 and with the help of Penny Lane Striders running club have completed numerous races including four half marathons. My training could be going a bit better but I ran the Four Villages Half Marathon in Cheshire in a personal best time so it’s given me a real boost,I’m actually starting to look forward to my long Sunday runs now,not so sure I’ll be saying that when we’re hitting 22 miles but you never know!

Link to Keith’s fundraising page

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