Comedian Tommy Little has been training in the UK leading up to the world first UK to Belgium relay swim in July.

Tommy, participating alongside 10 other team members, wants to use this as an opportunity to raise money to cure spinal cord injuries and support Spinal Cord Injuries Australia.


Spinal Cord Injuries Australia, SpinalCure and NeuRA is working together under Project Spark to revolutionise spinal cord injury treatment and expand on the eWalk trial by rolling out a national neurostimulation research that could transform the lives of people with spinal cord injuries.

The UK to Belgium relay is a 92 kilometre marathon is done in 30 minute blocks and will need a commitment of anywhere from 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 hours from Tommy.

We’re so excited by such a commitment! He’s raised over 20% of his $100,000 goal! Support this legend and SCIA by donating today.

You can follow Tommy’s training journey on the Carrie and Tommy Show and Tommy Little’s Instagram page.

Listen here to our CEO Dianne Lucas on the Carrie and Tommy Show talk about the work SCIA does and how it helps people with spinal cord injury.

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