Leeds Rhinos legend Kevin Sinfield’s incredible transformation of his new club

Is he a man or a robot?

The things that Leeds Rhinos legend Kevin Sinfield has been able to do has been nothing short of spectacular.

For 24 hours, he ran 101 miles between his new home at Leicester Tigers and Headingley, raising more than £2.1 million for the MND Association which took his overall fund-raising in two challenges to almost £5m.

And, last Wednesday night, Sinfield was honoured to collect the Rugby Players’ Association Blyth Spirit Award which recognises courage in the face of adversity.

“I went through a whole range of different emotions on the run,” Sinfield told the Daily Mirror.

“In the middle of the night, when we’d not had any sleep, when we were tired and hungry, the weather wasn’t great.. I’ve blanked it out of my mind now, but at the time it took a fair bit out of me.

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Kevin Warters
Kevin Warters
3 days ago

That’s great Kevin we’ll done on your charity work and also what you have just achieved in Rugby Union … although I bet a lot of the union code won’t appreciate a League man doing it ?

Adrian
Adrian
2 days ago
Reply to  Kevin Warters

I shake my head every time some comment like this is made. It makes a divide where there isn’t one. Union fans are just as proud of KS achievements as League fans because – Doddie Weir!!!!