Desert dasher

Quigley: “not a heat person”.

Trainee architect and marathon man James Quigley, who last week ran the toughest race on the world — a 156-mile, week-long dash across the Sahara — was the 181st runner out of 891 to cross the finish line, raising £2,748.01 for the Maggie’s Centre charity in the process.

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