Emon Choudhury and his nephew Jamiul had been topped winners of BBC Two’s Race Across the World that gripped the nation firstly of the primary lockdown final yr.
Emon, of Saltaire, is working this yr’s Manchester and London Marathons.
His newest take a look at will see him tackle the Manchester Marathon on Sunday, April 16, adopted by the London Marathon seven days later.
The London Marathon takes place two days after the top of Ramadan, held this yr from the night of March 22 to April 21.
He might be working the 26.2-mile routes whereas fasting and with out taking over any meals or water through the occasion too.
Emon is seeking to elevate an preliminary goal of £7,777 for Motor Neurone Disease (MND) West Yorkshire, after assembly Leeds Rhinos participant, Rob Burrow, who has the situation, and his former rugby league team-mate, Kevin Sinfield, who completed seven ultra marathons in seven days in November final yr, additionally for MND charities.
Emon is coaching for the double marathon problem – which incorporates 15 to 20-mile coaching runs – adhering to Ramadan necessities by not taking over meals or water within the run-up to every of those runs.
He is commonly joined on his coaching runs by his one-year-old daughter Lilly. Emon runs whereas pushing her pushchair.
It is the most recent working charity problem from Emon, who accomplished final yr’s Manchester Marathon throughout Ramadan.
He mentioned: “I’ve received a sense it’s extra of a problem for me this yr.
“I’ve been impressed to do it for MND after assembly Rob Burrow at an awards ceremony final yr.
“I’ve been blown away by him. It’s wonderful what him and Kevin have carried out. I didn’t know something about MND till final yr. I’ve been researching it since. It’s a horrendous illness.
“I do know I can do it. I’ve carried out it earlier than. I’ve by no means carried out it to date into Ramadan. I don’t understand how I’ll react to it.
“I might be doing a stay stream through the marathons, the place folks can donate.”
Go to justgiving.com/fundraising/emon to make a donation.
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