Super-fit dad with motor neurone disease smashes world record for travelling Thames by pedalo

Published on September 16, 2020 - Duration: 01:49s

Super-fit dad with motor neurone disease smashes world record for travelling Thames by pedalo

A super-fit dad who is battling motor neurone disease has smashed the recordfor the fastest time travelling along the Thames by pedalo โ€“ the latest in aseries of gruelling physical challenges he is taking on to help slow thediseaseโ€™s progression.

Alongside three friends, Alex Gibson, 42, completed the128-mile stretch from Lechlade-on-Thames, Gloucestershire, to Teddington Lock,west London, in just over two days โ€“ beating the previous record set by almost48 hours and raising ยฃ35,000 for his charity, Challenging MND.


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