PhysioPod UK Limited are delighted to sponsor Captain Chris Howard for this very worthwhile cause
When PhysioPod UK Limited heard that Captain Chris Howard was attempting such a massive project to raise money for Help For Heroes, it was without any hesitation that they offered him the use of a DEEP OSCILLATION® Personal Sports unit for faster regeneration after his training, any injury, any damage from overstraining, muscles aches, strains, infammation and swelling incurred prior and post event.
Captain Chris Howard and Julie Soroczyn
Captain Chris Howard is a serving Captain in the British Army, having completed 28 years sevice. During his time he has served on operations and duty all over the World and understands the sacrifice that service men and women make. Because of this, he has organised and participated in many military charity fundraising events - see below:
- 2004 - Organised a charity boxing event raising £12,000 for the Army Benevolent Fund
- 2008 - Ran a half marathon around a helicopter landing site in Musa Qala, Afghanistan raising over £5,000 for Help for Heroes
- 2009 - Ran a full marathon wearing Ospray body armour around Winchester training camp raising just under £6,000 for Help for Heroes
- 2010 Chris took a team of wounded (Battle Back servicemen/women) to run the Tusk Trust safari marathon in Kenya. Tusk Trust is Prince William’s principal charity, whom they met prior to their departure. (This was supported by Help for Heroes).
Now it is the big one - 2012 - 5 MARATHONS IN 5 DAYS
Captain Chris Howard intends to run a marathon each day for five days around a 1 mile loop of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst to raise money for Help for Heroes.
Thank you in advance.
Mary Fickling and Julie Soroczyn
Sisters and Directors of PhysioPod™ UK Ltd
In 2008 Chris ran a half marathon around a helicopter landing site in Musa Qala, Afghanistan raising over £5,000 for Help for Heroes
Captain Chris Howard is hoping to raise £5000.00 by running 5 marathons in 5 days- Fundraising in support of Help for Heroes
The 5 marathons will take place at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst around a 1 mile loop each day for 5 days.
Captain Chris Howard