Nuneaton’s Ashley Cain has hinted at a World Record attempt as his fight for children battling cancer continues into 2022.
On his Instagram page, the former Coventry City FC player listed all of the things he wants to achieve this year as he continues to raise awareness and funds for the Azaylia Foundation – which was set up in the memory of his baby daughter Azaylia.
In the post he explains the challenges he has set himself – and hints that he could take on a World Record.
It reads: “I told you I would fight for these kids and as well as ultra marathons, extreme rows, big mountains and maybe a world record attempt this year.”
There was also a video of him in a boxing gym for the first time since 2020 and, after training, he said: “I told you I would fight for these kids.
“So many projects, so many challenges.
“This year is a year to fight, this is a year I am giving everything I have got.”
The Nuneaton resident and his partner, Safiyya Vorajee set up the Azaylia Foundation in the name of their baby girl and explained how it will help families and other youngsters battling childhood cancer.
Before her tragic death on April 25 last year, a GoFundMe page was set up to try and raise enough money so Azaylia could receive life-saving treatment in Singapore.
It topped £1m in less than 24 hours – but sadly she was unable to have the treatment.
Details about the charity can be found at www.theazayliafoundation.com
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