Sponsor Chris Moon to run the world's toughest race - EVERY DONATION MATCHED!
Chris Moon knows the first-hand the devastating impact of landmines. He lost his lower right arm and leg clearing landmines whilst working for HALO in Mozambique in 1995.
He survived through sheer determination, defying the odds to run the London Marathon less than a year later. This July, Chris will take on his toughest challenge yet: the Badwater 135 Ultra Marathon to raise money for families still living under the shadow of landmines.
“I am in no way a victim because I chose to clear landmines, my sympathy is with the families around the planet whose daily lives are affected by landmines- they have no choice and live in fear.”
Show your support for Chris as he takes on the world’s most extreme running race by sponsoring him below—EVERY DONATION WILL BE MATCHED!
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