James Frame has raised 1000’s of kilos to assist with assist efforts.
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A Hamilton man has ran 124 kilometres to lift cash for the British Red Cross because the charity continues to assist folks in Ukraine.
After watching Russia’s invasion on the information, James Frame determined he wished to do one thing to assist after assembly folks in Kyiv throughout a piece journey final yr.
He instructed Clyde 1: “I used to be a bag of feelings once I bought to the end line.
“There was aid as a result of it was finished and likewise a little bit of pleasure as a result of I used to be in a position to assist folks in Ukraine.
“However, I additionally felt responsible that my problem is now over.”
James did 31 kilometres every week for a month – that is 1 kilometre for yearly Ukraine has been an impartial nation.
The 38-year-old has raised £3000 since he began his problem firstly of the month.
He added: “It has been very robust, significantly over the last week once I was getting these ultimate kilometres in.
“The trigger and the assist of everyone seems to be what has stored me going.
“All the operating has been onerous on my legs, I’ve fairly just a few aches and pains.
“I’ll want fairly a little bit of restoration time over the approaching days and weeks.”
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