Double stroke soldier John runs 1000 miles to honour hero comrade

Double stroke soldier John runs 1000 miles to honour hero comrade
 

A soldier who battled back from the brink of death after suffering two strokes has run 1000 miles to honour a comrade.
Former colour sergeant John Owens, 43, did the gruelling feat in memory of best friend David Davis who took his own life last year.
The challenge, dubbed Davy’s Run, saw superfit John complete the London and Stirling marathons, six half marathons, 12 10k races and the River Ayr Way ultra marathon relay, finishing with the Great Scottish Run.
The ex-Royal Highland Fusilier, from Kilmarnock , hopes to help other veterans who suffered invisible wounds like his pal. He said:... read more

 
11 October 2017 in Regional, Views: 58
Source: Daily Record
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