MOST people who have run a marathon usually feel a sense of accomplishment once they have crossed the line. Finally, they can remove another item from their list of 100 things to do before they die. The marathon’s out the way, time to move on to other things.
Tommy Armstrong certainly doesn’t fall into this category. At 68, he has been running marathons since 1984 and says he’ll keep going as long as he can to help people. To date, he has raised £110,000 for various charities, running in the UK and across the world.