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20:47

Sport

'It's hard to learn to be calm: if the body doesn't move, the mind flies around'

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...latest challenge is to climb Kilimanjaro in her adapted chair, so the peak becomes more of a collective legacy than a personal feat. Gema remains that girl with special needs: to live and to improve. Hence the revolution. Are you a warrior with a ... a 'killer', but it's not like that. I'm aware of my fragility and that's what makes me strong. You face a Kilimanjaro every day. Explain that to me. Many people do, and especially in a wheelchair. It seems incredible that man can go to the ... breast cancer... Yes. When the doctor told me, I said "OK, OK, but do the operation so I can go up Kilimanjaro." The answer was that for a year I would only have enough strength to think about myself, but within two and a half months I had recovered and

17:10

Opinion

Change the record

Peter Edgerton

...as I can tell Christian is currently in possession of a total of forty world records, although this might be changing as I write as he flicks a selection of garden peas up Mount Kilimanjaro with a pair of knitting needles dressed as Snow White.

12:27

LifeStyle

Mammoth fundraising challenge for determined Paris Marathon runners

Tony Bryant

...in Lithuania in 1987, Milly would hide behind trees to avoid school sports events, although she later took up dancing and gymnastics. She is no stranger to mammoth fundraising tasks. A keen hiker, Milly once walked up Kilimanjaro to raise money for ... Cancer Research UK. Because of her successful Kilimanjaro climb, Milly was asked to do something for Cudeca. As Tim's father had died from cancer, the pair decided to run the marathon to raise money for the Cudeca hospice. They both realise what a

14:43

LifeStyle

A 5,895-metre climb to say goodbye

MINDY BURROWS

Pedro. This summer, Fernandes climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in memory of her brother Nabil who tragically took his own life when he was 16. Not a professional climber, and “not a young bird”, as she describes herself, Fernandes trained for six months prior ... Response from everyone has been “fantastic”. Fernandes received numerous messages of support on her Just Giving page before climbing Kilimanjaro. She is moved by the response she has received from strangers, as she was fairly private about this undertaking.