Danny O'Toole from Rugby who has cystic fibrosis is running the London Marathon to raise awareness of the condition
A paralysed woman who completed this year's London marathon wearing a robotic suit is preparing to cycle from Paris to London.
Leicestershire woman Claire Lomas who has been competing in the London marathon despite being paralysed, finished the race today.
A woman who completed this year's London Marathon in a robotic suit who's now preparing for a charity bike ride from Paris to London says she will give it her "best shot".
Claire Lomas, from Eye Kettleby in Leicestershire, is paralysed from the chest down. She says she will try to better her marathon attempt.
Claire Lomas explains why she has decided to take part in another charity fundraiser after completing the London Marathon earlier this year.
A woman who completed this year's London Marathon in a robotic suit says she's now preparing for a charity bike ride from Paris to London.
Claire Lomas is paralysed from the chest down after suffering severe spinal injuries after a horse riding accident in 2007. She says preparations are well underway.
Claire Lomas, the paralysed mum from Leicestershire who completed the London Marathon using robotic legs, has so far raised £140,000 for the Spinal Research charity.
Claire had set a target of £50,00.
It's taken 17 days, but today Claire Lomas has crossed the finishing line in the London marathon.
Five years ago Claire from Leicestershire, was left paralysed from the chest down after a horse riding accident.
But with the aid of a specially designed robotic suit, she's managed to walk the course.
Claire Lomas, who took two weeks to finish the course using robotic legs, says: "It was a real struggle yesterday and if I had stopped I wouldn't have wanted to continue but today has been great."
After two weeks 'walking' the London Marathon course, paralysed Leicestershire woman Claire Lomas crosses the finish line amid emotional scenes.
Claire, who broke down in tears at the end of the 26 miles, used robotic legs to complete the course.
Leicestershire woman Claire Lomas, who finishes the London Marathon today, has paid her respects at the spot where a runner died.
Claire, who is paralysed, has been 'walking' the marathon with the help of robotic legs.
She stopped to pay tribute to Claire Squires, also from Leicestershire, who died during last month's race.