CARRYDUFF man Christopher Coyle can't seem to get enough of challenges.
He is currently gearing up to climb the highest mountain in the UK, Ben Nevis.
And it will be the third event Christopher, 23, has taken part in as many years. He has completed a Tandem Skydive for The National Autistic Society and also cycled from London to Paris for The Northern Ireland Hospice just last June.
The hard work will all be worthwhile for Chris if he succeeds in raising
£500 for Breast Cancer Care.
Chris's grandmother was diagnosed with breast cancer last year and he feels the best way to help Breast Cancer Care continue their great work is to raise as much money as possible.
Breast Cancer Care has been helping people who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, and their families, all over the UK since 1972. Over 46,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with this disease every year and over 300 of these are men. It is the second biggest cause of death from cancer for women in the UK, after lung cancer.
You can sponsor Chris by visiting his online fundraising page on www.justgiving.com/Christopher-Coyle. You can pay by credit or debit card, and the money will go directly to Breast Cancer Care.
Where supporters are UK taxpayers, the charity will automatically receive 28% extra in Gift Aid, which makes Justgiving the most efficient way of sponsoring Christopher.