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Whizz-Kidz is working to transform the lives of young wheelchair users in the UK. Our blogs feature the personal stories and opinions of some of the brilliant people helping us to do this – our supporters, healthcare professionals, staff and (most importantly) the young people we work with.

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  • My story, my journey, my race

    Paul Smith decided to run the London Marathon 2019 for Whizz-Kidz after being inspired by his uncles determination when he was left paralysed. Here he talks about his journey with training and fundraising so far.

  • My Marathon Experience

    Whizz-Kidz by Whizz-Kidz

    Anne decided to run the London marathon on behalf of Whizz-Kidz for the first time ever. It was a day of ups and downs, laughs and frowns, but she had such a good time she is already thinking about her next marathon.

  • My ‘Guide’ to London Marathon Success

    Jonathan Tear ran London Marathon 2017 in just under four hours. When you have a visual impairment, walking around let alone running around can be a challenge in itself. Read on to find out why Jon set this particular challenge for himself and how he went about preparing for it.

  • January takes on London Marathon… Part Two

    January by January

    January Omotajo ran the London Marathon earlier this year for the first time ever. After hearing about the work Whizz-Kidz does, she decided she wanted to fund-raise on behalf of our charity. Here, January discusses the highs and also the trials and tribulations that come along with running your first marathon. But most importantly, read on to find out why she has decided to do it all again next year.

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