Revive MS Support are delighted to name European 1500 metre champion, Laura Muir as our first sporting Charity Ambassador.
Laura is keen to highlight how staying physically active can help people with this degenerative disease to keep their symptoms at bay. Research has shown that exercise can improve mobility and fatigue as it helps people with MS to build muscular strength and aerobic capacity.
“I have seen first-hand the difference Revive makes to the lives of people with MS as well as their carers,” Muir said. “From gym-based activities to the oxygen chamber, the centre constantly aims to provide holistic, innovative and outcome-focused care packages for its clients.”
Muir, who has already won five indoor and outdoor European gold medals, made a bid to beat the world 1,000 metre indoor record at the Muller Indoor Grand Prix in Glasgow in February 2020. Laura went to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and celebrated a silver medal in the 1500 metre race.
“It’s great to welcome Laura as our first ever sporting Charity Ambassador,” Previous Revive MS Support CEO Iain Morrison said. “Last year, we supported over 2000 people affected by MS. Much of the work that our physiotherapy team does centres on exercise and mobility, so it is fitting that Laura is becoming our Ambassador. We look forward to working with Laura in the months and years ahead as we seek to help more people in more places.”
You can visit Laura’s website here
In an effort to help support fundraising, Revive MS Support and Laura have teamed up to give fans to access signed autograph cards by means of a small donation through the charity’s website. For a signed Laura Muir autograph card, please make a minimum donation of £3 below towards the work of Revive MS Support. These funds help to cover the cost of making and distributing the cards and also provide a valuable contribution to the work of the charity.
Please note that cards cannot be personalised, and delivery may take up to three weeks.