Meet: Tikko the Polar Bear

There are not that many events around that let polar-bears enter. Hell on the Humber is different – if you feel that you can do it then you can sign up for it. You’re not running against others, you’re running for yourself. In my case I’m running with an agenda. I want to help raise awareness of autism and how it affects people. Helping me in this is a lovely lady called Allison Cuthbertson. I met Allison on the internet and traveled over from Canada to help her spread the word about autism. HotH events have really helped us do this.
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Meet: Danny Slaughter

I was new to running, and started off with a 10k and a half-marathon. I saw details about an event called Hell on the Humber, or HotH, and thought I might just give it a go. This decision turned out to be best decision I’ve ever made in my life. Having drunk heavily and done other naughty things for many years things were starting to affect my health, and having to take three tablets a day for high blood pressure and high cholesterol wasn’t ideal at 27. It wasn’t until I turned 30 that I started to do a few small runs
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