NEW – Book Now Available

 

Marathon Man: My Life, My Father’s Stroke and Running 35 Marathons in 35 Days

MARATHON MAN is an uplifting story of an extraordinary achievement – all the more gripping given that the author was an inexperienced long-distance runner and only 20 when embarking on his mission to run 35 marathons in 35 consecutive days. Alan Corcoran’s response to the shock of his dad’s stroke, was to get active, create positive from negative and raise money for charity.

Alan’s book is now available now to order in physical paperback and kindle versions via Amazon.

 

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On the 23rd of July 2019, Alan Corcoran completed his 500km length of Ireland sea swim from the Giant’s Causeway in Co. Antrim to Tramore in Co. Waterford.

Losing my dad has been the toughest experience of my life. Out of the darkness I am determined to grasp any opportunity to create some positives. There was nothing I could do but try and comfort my dad in those last heart-breaking weeks in hospital. We were all helpless. The swim is my small way of feeling like I’m taking some meaningful action and saying Fuck You to Cancer. Read the story so far…

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Help fund our independent film – UNSINKABLE!

‘UNSINKABLE’ is an independent documentary that will show Alan’s journey from the very hopeful beginning to the nail-biting end. With literally hundreds of hours of footage captured, the team’s ambition is to refine and produce a compelling fifty-two-minute long-form documentary.

Post-production has started but we need help to finish this project. To date, all time invested has been pro-bono but in order to realise this exciting project, we have set up a Kickstarter campaign to secure a small amount of funding to ensure the film is finished to the standards it deserves. Please visit our Kickstarter page to find out more!

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500

KM Sea Swim / 2019

210

KM Sea Swim / 2017

35

Marathons 35 Consecutive Days / 2012

45k

€ Raised for Charity

Thanks to my sponsors, supporters and friends