Jeremy Elliott

100 Miles in May

My Activity Tracking


My target 100 mi

I’m taking part in the Combat Stress 100 Miles in May challenge

This year I will be taking on 100 Miles in May to raise vital funds for life-changing mental health treatment for veterans.

Combat Stress is the UK's leading charity for veterans' mental health. For over a century, they've helped former servicemen and women deal with issues like trauma, anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. Today, they provide support to veterans from every service and every conflict.

I’m taking vital steps towards ensuring veterans can get the support they need.

Thank you so much for your support.

My Achievements

My Updates

Day 18

Wednesday 18th May
Starting to get the hang of it

Day 16

Monday 16th May
9 miles today and starting to feel it. Coming on the back of Mental Health Awareness week supporting Combat Stress’s work with veterans seems even more the right thing to be doing. 

8 miler yesterday

Thursday 12th May

Week 1 done

Saturday 7th May
27 miles run and £840 raised, so far on track for the 100 and 2500 target by the end of May.

Thanks vm to everyone who has supported 

1st May

Sunday 1st May
5 down, plenty to go

Thank you to my Sponsors


Susana Paz Marmol

Good luck Jeremy!


Dominic Elliott

Great effort Jezza !





Best of luck!! Great cause.


Chris Green

Go Jezza 🙏


Joe Noar

Hi Jez, good cause and a good goal - run safely


Nick Ackerman

Great cause, way to go Jez!


Nnenna Ezeike


Giuseppe Venturini

Great effort Jez and good luck achieving you target for May!


Angela Samson

Great cause Jeremy!


Rosemary Elliott

Go for it Jez! It's a good cause.


Neil Keaveney

Good luck Jeremy.


Peter Mckee

Great effort!


Ben Barrison


Damas Potoi

Well done Jeremy, great cause


Jeremy Elliott


Mark Steele


Erlend Engelstad


Claire, Simon And Kit

Good luck Jez


Rev Darcey

Shock it to them, you legend


Carrie Harvey

Well done Jez! Very impressive and for a great cause. God bless Carrie


John Cicale

Go well Jeremy


David Cole

Mental Health all the way. Well done, will be great for your mind, body and soul too! Keep plugging away. All the best, Coley.