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|Errol's wild and wolf runs as 'Woody' are for William!|
Pictured below are recent photos of Errol Brown in his latest run for friend William Prosser, who has myotubular myopathy. This time, Errol ran in the Vision Wild Run. Congratulations Errol on your wonderful achievements for William and to help raise awareness and funding for Myotubular Trust!
Errol has one more wolf run on the 1st November at Stanford Hall and is already considering doing some ultra-marathons next year!
We would also like to thank Akuma Sports who very kindly provided Errol with his fantastic t-shirt for the events. Errol would also like us to give special mention and thanks to SOS Rehydrate and Commando Outdoor Fitness for their continued support.
William is a huge Toy Story fan and so Errol secured sponsorship to have the shirt made in the style of Woody, complete with the Myotubular Trust logo. It looked fantastic and was greatly appreciated by William himself!
We wish Errol the very best of luck and thank him for all he continues to do in recognition of William.
Read more about Errol's first wolf run as Woody for William:
"We would like to congratulate and thank Errol Brown for having completed his first Wolf Run, dressed in Toy Story 'Woody' t-shirt, in recognition of 3 year old William, who has myotubular myopathy.
In spite of planning a wedding and getting married in just three months time, Errol has taken on several challenges to raise funds for the Myotubular Trust, the first of which was a huge success.
Errol told us, ‘our wave time was 13.15. We started off a 7 runners but quickly split into teams of 3 and 4. The run itself started off quietly but it quickly emerged that this wasn't going to be a cross county run on steroids. Eventually after 10kms and 15 obstacles our team of 3 made it over the finish line in 1 hour 30 minutes and have so far raised £300 for the Trust and looking to raise another £750’.
We would like to wish Errol the very best of luck with his next event on 14th June - the summer Wolf Run at Stamford Hall near Lutterworth. And, of course, not to forget good luck for the planning for his forthcoming wedding."