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Meet the real life Forrest Gump ultrarunner

***EXCLUSIVE*** Jim Plunkett-Cole who has run non-stop the equivalent distance of the whole way around the world. Somerset’s own Forrest Gump has run at least 10k every day continuously for the past 7 years and four months, and has successfully reached his goal of completing the equator distance of 25,000 miles without a single day off since 1st January 2013.

Ten-year-old girl running length of Great Britain on her cross trainer in aid of care home

***EXCLUSIVE*** An inspiring 10-year-old is running the distance from Land's End to John O'Groats, on the family crosstrainer to raise money for a care home - halfway and she's raised ten times her target.  Mia Richardson is running 1347 kilometres on the family crosstrainer to raise money for the local care home where her mum Bernie Richardson, 40, is a health care assistant.  She often helps Bernie raise money for Blackwood House - a Cornwall Care charity-run home, relying on donations.  She‚Äôd hoped to raise ¬£500 towards a magic table - a ¬£7000 interactive table that would stimulate and entertain residents.

Retired piano teacher celebrates turning 100 while still living at the same house she was born in

***EXCLUSIVE*** A woman who just celebrated her 100th birthday still lives in the same house she was born in. Centenarian Millie Foss was born on St George's Day, April 23, in 1920 - and recently turned 100-years-old. On her big day, Millie received a birthday card from the Queen - delivered by the police force and postal service on the Channel Island of Guernsey. And during her century, Millie has never once moved home - spending all her years in the same house on Route Militaire, near La Grève, Guernsey.

Double amputee girl walking 26 miles in her garden to raise cash for charity

***EXCLUSIVE*** A 10-year-old double leg amputee who wears blades has completed her own version of the 2.6 Challenge by walking a marathon over the course of ten days. Brilliant Maisie Catt clocked up a whopping 26 miles by traversing her back garden for hours on end and knocking off mile after mile on the treadmill.  The schoolgirl, who had part of both legs amputated after suffering meningitis as a baby, said she was inspired to do the challenge by Captain Tom Moore. Mum Sharon Hartley, 43, said she is "so proud" of her "determined" daughter, who has never let her disability "get in the way" of her doing what she wants.

Abandoned former Soviet military hospital

Legnica, Poland: The former Soviet Military Hospital in Legnica is being stolen by local looters overnight. The hospital complex is currently unprotected. Once the hospital belonged to the Russian army stationed in Legnica under the Warsaw Pact under the Second World War. In several places, including in the hospital chapel, unknown perpetrators have written homophibic entries.

Home workout for athletes in Gaza amid Coronavirus restrictions

Gaza, Palestine: 11-year-old Marah Majed Abdel Aziz practices exercises of full body mobility at her home in the northern Gaza Strip. Marah has been practicing for two years in a Palestinian sport centre, but she hasn’t been able to train there for some time because of the Coronavirus emergency. Since March 22, the Gaza Ministry of Interior has implemented a series of restrictions to stem the spread of Covid-19, which included the closure of schools, markets, and sport centres. The lockdown has affected everyday’s life and activities and worsened the already high unemployment and poverty in the Palestinian enclave, already under a strict Israeli blockade.