Oli, who won a place in this year's London Marathon, has named the TM Society to benefit from his efforts. We are very grateful, and wish him lots of luck.
Oli chose the TM Society because his wife had TM three years ago.
This is an amazing challenge - particularly, to someone who hasn't run a marathon before. We'll be thinking about him over the next few months when he puts in the hours doing those long training runs, and again on the day itself - 22nd April 2018.
If you'd like to give him a bit of encouragement, here is a link to his justgiving page.
An email with more information about the weekend will be sent out in December to all TM Society members who have registered a child who will be in the age range of 4 - 17 when the event occurs.
Joining the TM Society is free and only takes a minute or two - click here to join.
CONGRATULATIONS are in order to Anthony Mctaggart and Michael Jones who on 30th September completed a 93 mile bike ride in 8 hours and 3 minutes to raise money for the TMS. The weather was quite nice (not too hot) until the last hour where the heavens opened and we got soaked.
We had a lot of support there off the friends and family. Click here to add to our total.
Ravi and Ricci Hannah, plus other friends, cycled from Marble Arch to the Arc de Triomphe on 27th July 2017 raising over £3000 for the TM Society. Their mother Carol, who has had TM since 2011, is shown below in Paris at the finish line. Click here to see more or make a donation.
Thanks to Anne Hurt and Kath Crawford who raised £400 for the TM Society with their stand at the Tibshelf Carnival in Derbyshire on Saturday 22nd July 2017.
More information and instructions on cost and registration can be found here.
Do you have pain as a symptom of TM?
Do you want to take part in psychological research about pain?
If so, you can find a bit more information and a link to the survey here.
The TMS committee jointly contributes to this blog.