Thorpe St Andrew man’s running campaign for deaf-blind charity Sense continues

The third race of a Thorpe St Andrew fundraiser's charity challenge has been completed.

Phil Norman was trying to raise �1,500 for deaf-blind charity Sense by running nine long-distance races, but has now added a tenth race to his challenge.

On Sunday the 36-year-old completed the third race of his challenge, the Asics British 10K in London, with a sore ankle meaning he ran a slightly slower time than he had hoped for, approximately 50 minutes,

He has already raised over �1,220 and is now resting ahead of September's Great Yorkshire Run. To support his cause, go to

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