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Runner has completed gruelling endurance challenges dressed as his alter-ego Adventureman to raise money for sick children

Most couples celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary would mark the occasion with a family party or dinner in a nice restaurant.


At the age of 91, you"d excuse Tom Lackey for slowing down a bit. But the quiet life isn't for this daredevil grandad.


Losing three premature babies at birth would be too much for many women to bear. But Judy Ledger turned such unimaginable heartache into a misson to save thousands of mothers and their newborns from the same fate.


His life changed when a rocket attack left him paralysed from the waist down.


As a fundraising idea, Nina Barough's plan was certainly unique. She and 12 friends decided to powerwalk the New York Marathon wearing little more than decorated bras.


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