Issue 90 of the CRY Update magazine covers all news, events and fundraising from January to April 2023.
During this time period CRY screened over 10,000 people including 2,857 young people at a family screening event, 4,954 at a school screening event, 2,003 at sport screenings and 493 people at CRY’s head office in Leatherhead.
We also highlight some of the major fundraising events that took place within these four months including The London Landmarks Half Marathon and the TCS London Marathon. You can read more about these events on page 29 and 30
CRY partnered with Heart of West London in which Brentford FC held a screening in memory of Robert Rowan, screening more than 750 young people in the two day event. You can read more about this on page 28
In ‘Research News’, starting on page 20, there is an interview with former CRY Fellow Dr Sabiha Gati on her latest published review ‘the impact of exercise and physical activity in young people living with a heart condition’, alongside an interview with Dr Nikhil Chatrath who was published in the same journal with his review ‘ ‘Exercise prescription in individuals with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: what clinicians need to know ‘. CRY Research Fellow, Dr Raghav Bhatia is also featured, reflecting on his win at “Best of the Best” at the 2023 BSC awards and his work with CRY. You can read more on page 23
Other features within the Update include news from CRY Chief Executive Dr Steven Cox (page 4), CRY Founder Alison Cox latest column (page 14) and Our Fundraisers section where we recognise the continued dedication of our supporters and how they have raised money in memory of their loved ones (page 32).
Read the update below.