If you are in need of a little inspiration, look no further than Alex Flynn…

Alex has been living with Parkinson’s disease since 2008, when he was diagnosed at only 36 years old, something that most of us would struggle to comprehend.

Before his diagnosis, Alex was no stranger to grueling endurance events, but since his diagnosis he has taken these challenges to a whole new level. Since his diagnosis, Alec has Ran, swam, climbed and kayaked all over the world in a bid to complete a total of 10 million metres (6200 miles) to raise awareness of Parkinson’s disease in the UK and beyond.

For his latest challenge, Alex is aiming to row an unbelievable 2700 miles across the Pacific.

To find out more about Alex’s attempt click here

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