Kevin Webber, 55 years old, is a Prostate cancer patient, who was told he live for only two years back in 2014.
Kevin says: For two days i cried. What made me saddest is my family. At the time of the diagnosis our son – my youngest child was only nine years old.
But he was determined to raised about £250,000 for prostate Cancer UK by running a 15,000 miles race across the world’s biggest and toughest terrain. And for seven years he is still going on strong.
Kevin was truly amazing as he came second in the 120-mile slog, a surprising result to everyone.
Four years earlier, Kevin was diagnosed with stage IV terminal prostate cancer and at 49, Kevin was told, he probably had just two years to live.
Because of Kevin determination, he did not only defied medical expectations, he was also able to raised more than £250,000 for other cancer sufferers.
In 2020, he was awarded a British Empire Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honors.
Kevin published a book title: Dead Man Running: One Man’s Story Of Running To Stay Alive.
Kevin says he sees everyday as a gift. He is married to Sarah.