Kenny Herriot was ranked from 2005 to 2008 as one of the world’s leading wheelchair athletes. There is no other athlete in Aberdeen with an international profile as high as Kenny’s. He became disabled in 2000 as the result of an unfortunate motorcycle accident. Having previously been a successful fitness instructor he was determined to regain his fitness and not let his disability hold him back in life.

His accident certainly has not held him back. Some key achievements include:

  

·       Got into a wheelchair just 4 weeks after his accident

·       First roadrace – 10k Baker Hughes Aberdeen – just 11 months after his accident

·       Took all Scottish records from 400m to the marathon as well as British marathon record

·       Competed all over the world

·       Voted Aberdeen’s sportsman of the year 3 times 

·       Cycled from San Fransisco to New York (3625 miles in 42 days) 

·       Ascended Scafell Pike (The tallest mountain in England)

·       Represented Team GB and competed in European and World Championships

·       Ranked 4th fastest in the world in 2005

·       Takes part in charity events worldwide


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for your next big event. If you really can't wait then you can read about his story here.

 
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Click the above image to see the article in the Evening Express from Sunday the 17th October 2015.

 

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