Leeds Rhinos legend Kevin Sinfield is once again going above and beyond for his former teammate Rob Burrow.
Was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease in December 2019 and since Sinfield has helped raising millions in the fight against the disease as well as plenty of awareness.
In January 2020, Sinfield and Burrow among others came out of retirement for one last game at Headingley against the Bradford Bulls.
Later that year Sinfield ran seven marathons in seven days before running 101 miles in 24 hours last year.
This time Sinfield is running seven ultramarathons in seven days with the last one taking place tomorrow as Sinfield arrives at Old Trafford during the Rugby League World Cup Final at a stadium where he and Burrow were crowned Super League Champions alongside each other seven times before Burrow won an eighth in 2017.
Today is the penultimate day of the challenge but the timings have been revised.
Sinfield will arrive in Tadcaster at 8:30 this morning before stopping at Langlands Garden Centre by 10am.
He will be back home at Headingley Stadium by 11:30 before taking off again to arrive at Lala’s Restaurant at 1:15.
Lastly, he will arrive at Bradford City’s stadium by 2:15 this afternoon before taking off in the morning again on route to Old Trafford.
Sinfield has reached 87% of his target of £777,777.77 already.