A Selection of articles about Chris from various sources
A Lanarkshire man who lost an arm and a leg while supervising mine clearance in Mozambique is to run one of the world’s toughest ultra marathons.
Double-amputee who lost arm and leg while clearing mines to take on gruelling 135mile ultra marathon through Death Valley
A man who lost his right arm and leg in a devastating explosion while supervising mine clearance in Mozambique is about to take on one of the world’s toughest ultra marathons.
Ex-British Army Officer Chris Moon left the forces to clear landmines in Cambodia for a charity called Halo Trust – a dangerous enough job made ten times worse when he was kidnapped by genocidal Communist rulers the Khmer Rouge. He was one of the few Westerners ever to be released by the regime, but fate had more horrors in store and in 1995 Chris lost an arm and a leg when a landmine exploded…
Extreme runners take part in 135-mile race through searing 130F heat of Death Valley.
In a remarkable story Chris Moon MBE explains how life changing events can strengthen – not weaken – a person.