Cameron ‘runs’ 34 kilometres to the peak of Snowdon!

In the summer of 2021, at the age of 33, Ross Keenan lost his battle with poor mental health and tragically took his own life. Described by his brother as someone whose ‘greatest attribute was his heart, no matter the odds or the adversity, he charged headfirst, standing up for himself and others, always picking the underdog. He was the most loyal friend, a person with unconditional love, who you could call on whatever the situation.’

To honour his brother’s life and in support of The Jordan Legacy, on February 24th 2022, Ross’s 34th birthday, Cameron ran 34 kilometre’s, over gruelling terrain, ascending Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales, at an elevation of 1,085 metres (3,560 ft) above sea level!

During training for this incredible feat, Cameron had to fight off a bout of Covid at the beginning of 2022 but in the end, with his Mum and sister, Georgia, waiting for him at the summit, Cameron achieved his goal, raising more than £7300 for The Jordan Legacy. The Rossathon Justgiving page is still live, if you would like to donate and support Cameron’s amazing achievement.  JustGiving ‘The Rossathon’ page here. 

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