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Watch this: It's a great example of how courage can run in a family.
The widow of the former St Helens Rugby League player Steve Prescott has revealed tonight she's joining a challenge in his memory to climb Everest and she's taking her fourteen year old son with her.
Steve was 39 when he died after a seven-year battle with cancer.
Throughout his illness he raised thousands of pounds for charity with a series of endurance events.
On tonight's Granada Reports Steve's widow Linzi and his 14-year-old son Taylor exclusively revealed they're taking part in the Everest challenge in October. It was a privilege to interview them
They will climb with 40 others who include friends and supporters. They will take the amount raised to over a million pounds.
St Helens players have been pushed to their limit in a winter work out with a difference.
The first team squad were up at a Cassius Camp at Silverholme in Graythwaite in the Lake District. The idea was to take the players out of their comfort zone in the build up to the 2016 Super League season.
It was different from the usual pre-season training camp as it was purposely designed to focus on the players' mental and physical wellbeing as well as teamwork.
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