Simon Wheatcroft is that guy. And he does it without a guide.
He has been registered blind for over a decade through the degenerative eye disorder Retinitis Pigmentosa.
And he runs ultra-distance marathons.
100 miles through steep inclines and long, steep descents? Yep. Over trees, through thick brush, and rocky terrain? Yep.
Doing it without a guide, a dog or a…. cane? Yep.
It takes courage to start; nevermind finish.
How will you use 60 seconds today to start doing the impossible?
Onward and upward, always.