Our supporters are remarkable people. Inspiring, heartwarming, brave, quirky... each one many different reasons for raising funds for NASS, and many different ways of getting involved. What's your story?
Eight wonderful NASS supporters took on the world's biggest fundraising event in searing conditions!
In his 20s, Jake thought little of his back pain. However, his twin brother had the same symptoms, and they were both diagnosed with AS. Jake shares his AS story.
Follow the story of 14 fantastic supporters from UCB who took on the challenge of a lifetime!
Ian wasn't going to let a diagnose of AS dampen his passion for extreme sport!
Check out how our fantastic team did!
Scooby-Doo's, a family affair and more - read about our super seven runners at this iconic event!
Poppy Hocken and Grant Poiner dived into thier fundraising efforts with a 1-mile swim for NASS!
Rob, Lucie and Joel took on the challege for three very different reasons, but for one very personal cause.
Phil Vincent has lived with AS for 42 years. In 2016, he took on a 26.6 mile challenge to raise vital funds and awareness for two causes close to his heart.
Follow the story of three friends who took on the incredible Mongol Rally in 2016 for NASS.
Kathy Miller, Chair of NASS Woking and Weybridge, tackled the 50km Thames Path Challenge for NASS, and shares here inspirational story.
Marek completed his first Ironman event for NASS after a long and often painful route to diagnosis.
Mark Rickaby, director of South West accountancy firm Sunflower Accounts Ltd, took the plunge into the icy waters off the UK to raise funds for NASS as he was diagnosed with AS in 2007.
Jane Leach firmly believed that exercise would improve her life with AS. She had suffered with back pain for 20 years before she took up running, a decision that changed her life. She took on two and a half marathons to support NASS and everyone living with AS.