WHILE thousands of runners take on the Baker Hughes 10K, one teenager will be taking on an active challenge of his own.
Jay Moir has cerebral palsy, which severely limits the movement in his legs.
But, inspired by tomorrow’s race, the 15-year-old is completing his own 10km event – in a purpose-built tricycle.
Jay is raising cash to buy specialist equipment for Kincorth Academy in Aberdeen that will make it possible for him to join in more with sport.
Jay, who lives in Torry, is fundraising for equipment such as adjustable basketball nets.
Jay has one-to-one sessions with RGU physiotherapist, Marcus Quarmby.
With his help, and that of Sport Aberdeen, he has been preparing to take on his own 10km race – the second 5km of which he will undergo on Monday.