19 Apr 2018

Fresh from completing the 'toughest footrace on earth', our charity’s Marathon des Sables team were paid a visit by BBC London yesterday.

Reporter Caroline Davies came to our helipad at The Royal London Hospital to hear about their epic 250km, self-sustained journey. The team provided a unique insight into the difficulties of the race.

Catch up with the interview below. If you would like to, you can still support our Marathon des Sables team by clicking here.

 

 

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