Friend of the 23 Foundation and real-life Superhero Jamie McDonald has smashed the world record for the longest distance covered on a treadmill.
Jamie spent seven days running 524 miles (842km) on a treadmill in his home city of Gloucester – pushing past the record by an extra 11 miles.
This was the equivalent of running 3 marathons a day for 7 days in a row so you can imagine the battles Jamie endured with his body and mind during the challenge. It was so bad that he renames the tread mill the ‘dread mill’.
Jamie is currently recovering, and has been taken into hospital to ensure he recovers quickly and properly. We all wish Jamie a speedy recovery.
Previous fundraising adventures undertaken by Jamie include riding from Bangkok to Gloucester, running across Canada solo, and just last month he finished an 11-month solo run across the USA.
This guy isn’t called Adventureman for nothing and when you find our how much money he has raised for charity you really will be impressed.
Everybody here at the 23 Foundation would like to congratulate Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Arsenal on reaching their respective European cup finals this week.
It is incredible to see four English clubs playing in the European finals, something that has never happened before in European football history. It goes to show how strong the English league really is.
Congratulations to you all, and to all the fans, we hope you have a safe trip.
Psssst …… Ol’ Big Ears will be coming back to Anfield where it belongs!
Thousands of Reds across the world who pre-ordered, received their new shirts in the mail today.
Inspired by our legendary Liverpool FC manager Bob Paisley it bears his name within the shirt. It also features the pinstripes featured on the 1982/83 campaign shirt worn by legends such as Dalglish, Rush, Souness, Neal and Hansen.
This shirt brings back amazing memories of a wonderful manager and an incredible team. We absolutely love this shirt and we hope you guys do too!