Sporting feat will see man run through Portsmouth

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A MAN inspired by Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah will be coming to Portsmouth during his sporting feat.

Stuart Levett, 31, will be running from London to Portsmouth, kayaking across the Solent, cycling around the Isle of Wight before running back to his home in Middlesex.

The fitness fanatic took inspiration from Mo Farah’s achievements at the 2012 London Games and is set to start his challenge on June 7.

He said: ‘I am so inspired by Mo’s incredible Olympic success that I wanted to do my own challenge.

‘It’s without a doubt the hardest thing I’ve ever done but it is for great charities.

‘If you have a target, and dare to dream that you can achieve it, the next step is to realise that goal.’

The personal trainer will be raising money for The Mo Farah Foundation, The Shooting Stars Children’s Hospice and The West Thames Kidney Trust.’

Stuart will be welcomed into Portsmouth by the Bishop of Portsmouth on June 8.