Read Update 76 here CRY Update 76 reports on all news, events and fundraising from May to August 2018. We had plenty of highlights in all areas through the summer. CRY’s research continues to make an impact, including Dr Aneil Malhotra’s paper on the incidence and causes of young sudden cardiac death in adolescent footballers, which
Thank you and congratulations to the 15 CRY runners who took part in the Inaugural London Landmarks Half Marathon on Sunday 25th March 2018! We were so pleased that we managed to see and cheer on all of our runners on the day, despite the 10,000 runners taking part. The weather was a little
Read Update 73 here. CRY Update 73 reports on all the CRY news, events and fundraising from May to August 2017. In June, CRY launched a new version of its main website. The site immediately saw the number of visitors double in the first month and has consistently recorded more visitors per month than before the
Congratulations and a huge thank you to the 18 runners who took part in the Birmingham International Marathon & the Great Birmingham Run for CRY on Sunday 15th October 2017. Various friends and family members of the runners very kindly supported the runners by going along on the day donning CRY t-shirts and using CRY inflatable
Birmingham Half Marathon in Memory of Carl Buckley who passed away in December 2016. Race day was excellent, thousands of happy and excited people lined up at the start line. An amazing race through and around the marvellous city that is Birmingham, my home town. I have attached a before and after picture and I’m smiling
Read Update 72 here. CRY Update 72 reports on all the CRY news, events and fundraising from January to April 2017. February saw over 20 years’ worth of CRY research help to inform new international ECG guidelines for screening athletes, led by CRY Consultant Cardiologist Professor Sanjay Sharma. Our work is making a difference and gaining
Portsmouth Today – 2nd February 2017 A fundraising appeal has raised more than £1,500 for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) after Carl Buckley died from cardiac arrest, due to an undiagnosed heart condition. His cousin, Louise Barlow, is raising funds and awareness for CRY in order to prevent the same fate for other young people.