Neon Run is a 5km night-time spectacular run with four unique neon zones of rock, disco, pop and iconic British music featuring lasers, black lights, strobes, dancers, and DJs. Sign up and raise money for Spinal Research at the same time. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A big thank you to everyone who voted for Paralysis in the Longitute Prize challenge 2014
We did it! The Spinal 1000 Team Challenge has finished and we are pleased to announce we achieved a total of 1179 miles! A huge thank you to everyone who supported us in this challenge.
Places still available. Join us in the world’s biggest and most recognised half marathon. With more that 54,000 runners, the race has a fantastic atmosphere, full of dedication, passion and fun! Registration Deadline July 7th 2014.
A £10m prize has been launched to solve one of the greatest scientific problems facing the world today. Vote now. Every 8 hours someone is told they will never walk again as a result of a accident or fall. You can make a difference. Vote today
Places still available. Secure your place with Spinal Research before Monday May 26th 2014 in Nightrider™ - a unique 100km moonlit ride past London's iconic landmarks.
Spinal Research is the UK's leading and most influential spinal cord repair charity. Investing more than £1 million each year we set the standard for spinal cord research across the world and are at the forefront of developing strategies for repair
Spinal Research invests in potential treatment for spinal cord injury, paving the way for ‘first in man’ studies
* LAST PLACES AVAILABLE* Enter now to run this fantastic event! DEADLINE: 31st JANUARY 2014 (places will fill before this date)
Back in June, the team at Spinal Research decided to take on a challenge – by the time the World Cup tournament ends, we aimed to have collectively covered a distance of 1,000 miles and raised £1,000 for Spinal Research to represent the 1,000 people who have their lives devastated by spinal cord injury every year...
A £10 million prize was launched to solve one of the greatest scientific problems facing the world today. The winning theme was announced on the BBC's One Show, broadcasted on Wednesday evening.