Leeds Rhinos legend Kevin Sinfield’s heroics on the rugby league field are well documented.
He won seven Grand Finals, three World Club Challenges, three League Leaders’ and a pair of Challenge Cup Finals.
He also claimed the Harry Sunderland Award twice, the Lance Todd Trophy once and the Golden Boot award.
Sinfield is Super League’s all time leading points scorer as well as the leading goal kicker and the sport’s third all time points scorer.
However, it has been his efforts in recent years over half a decade since he retired that has been making the headlines.
In 2020 he ran seven marathons in seven days in 2020, 101 miles in 24 hours and this year he ran seven ultramarathons in seven days all to raise money and awareness in the fight against Motor Neurone Disease after good friend and former teammate Rob Burrow was diagnosed with MND in December 2019.
After his most recent challenge raised over £2 million taking his total to around £7 million, a behind the scenes look into challenge will be released tomorrow morning by Ram Films who have produced similar inside story about Sinfield’s previous fundraising efforts.
They are calling the behind the scenes look: “Ultra 7 in 7 – The Inside Story.”
It premiers this week at the Everyman cinema in Leeds with the red carpet opening at 7pm.
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