Sheffield clergyman prays for the finish line

Tim Davies (centre), who has overcome serious injuries to be ready for the ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon, with Steve Cooper (left) and friend Chris Bronsdon (right) in the 2013 Paris Marathon.

Tim Davies (centre), who has overcome serious injuries to be ready for the ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon, with Steve Cooper (left) and friend Chris Bronsdon (right) in the 2013 Paris Marathon.

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A Sheffield clergyman has overcome the odds to make it to the starting line of his fourth marathon.

Tim Davies, aged 49, has signed up to tomorrow’s 26.2-mile Greater Manchester Marathon in aid of the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Loxley woman Helen Rogers, who is running the Manchester Marathon for the Stroke Association

Loxley woman Helen Rogers, who is running the Manchester Marathon for the Stroke Association

Tim’s muscles struggled massively when he was building up his running distances.

 

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