Thank you to our amazing 2015 London Marathon runners who together raised over £8,000!
Well done to all of our fantastic fundraisers who flew the flag for NASS at the London Marathon and who together raised a staggering £8,000!
You can read all of our fundraiser's inspiring stories or donate on their fundraising page by clicking on their names below.
Matt Brock who was diagnosed with AS last year and wanted to raise awareness of the condition.
Carly Brunsden ran in support of her Uncle Stephen who lives with AS.
Sophie Causon-Wood won her marathon place and completed the marathon just 13 months after having a baby.
Gerry Dance just can't stop running! Gerry finished his 4th London Marathon in his trademark orange morph suit (pictured left) in a fantastic morph suit personal best time!
Paul Hoffmeister ran to raise awareness of AS and support people living with AS.
Matthew Howe was diagnosed with AS a few years ago and is running to raise awareness of AS.
Graham Saunders (below left) has been diagnosed with AS for 10 years. After a low point in 2009 when he struggled to put his own shoes on, he is now doing really well and managed to complete the famous course!
Wendy Sharratt`s husband Paul has AS and attends our NASS Derby Branch.
Jane Leach (below right) ran the second of her five marathon challenges in 2015! She has already completed marathons in Paris and London and her next challenges are the Berlin Marathon, Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon and finally the New York Marathon
The London Marathon was Kaan Ors' second big challenge for NASS as he completed the Man V Mountain challenge back in 2013.
The ballot for the 2016 Virgin Money London Marathon opens on Monday 4 May and will close at 17.00 on Friday 8 May. You can enter the ballot here. Good luck!