The 2016 London Marathon
Congratulations to all our incredible 2014 Virgin Money London Marathon runners.
We truly are humbled by your dedication, courage and the pain endured to help raise awareness of tetraplegia and provide specialist equipment and support for sports injured tetraplegic individuals.
For anyone feeling inspired, Regain has FIVE golden bond places every year for the 2016 Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday 24th April.
The golden bond places cost Regain £500 so we ask that each individual raises a minimum of £1,500 for Regain in return for the place.
You’ll be taking on 26.2 miles around one of the world’s most iconic marathon routes, cheered on by tens of thousands of people lining the route.
These places are AVAILABLE NOW so please do get in touch with either ;
to register your interest for the 2016 Virgin Money London Marathon.
or Tony (firstname.lastname@example.org)
You will receive full support in the lead up to your run; including ideas and assistance with your fundraising, an official Virgin Money London Marathon Information Pack and an official Regain runner’s vest which is yours to keep.
Lallie Fraser - her story (pictured above)
"I have been fundraising for Regain for over five years now, a journey that started with the unforgettable Brazil Bike Ride in 2008. Experiencing this trip with people that have directly been helped by Regain blew me away and I saw how essential the work that they do is in rebuilding tetraplegics lives to be active again. It is phenomenal and amazing!
The London Marathon 2014 was a real ball breaker for me but the thing that motivated me through all my training and the race itself was the incredible support I received for Regain.
I raised over £3,000 for Regain including Gift Aid and that was just through people around me being genuinely touched and unbelievably impressed in the work that Regain does every day.
One of my friends is even running the London Marathon next year for Regain after learning about them this year!! Smaller charities like Regain need all the support they can get and I couldn't be happier to work with them and their inspirational team in my fundraising efforts.
I would implore anyone and everyone to get involved with the extraordinary work that they do."
Regain supporter Lallie Fraser in the 2014 Virgin Money London Marathon. Photo: Becki Short
Action for Charity / Regain Finance Manager, Abigail Harvey in the then 2007 Flora London Marathon finishing with an extremely respectable time. Photo: Regain - The Trust for Sports Tetraplegics.
The Virgin Money London Marathon Start Line. Photo: Virgin Money Giving