World record-breaking Cardiff runner battling rare virus
A world record-breaking runner and celebrity performance coach from Cardiff has said he is "lucky to be alive" after being struck down by a rare virus.
Rory Coleman, 54, from Canton, has been diagnosed with Guillain-Barré Syndrome.
The condition, which attacks the nervous system, has left the ultra-marathon runner in a wheelchair.
"I've had some really dark days. It gives you a new perspective on life," he said.
Mr Coleman, who has been admitted to Cardiff's University Hospital of Wales, has been posting videos online chronicling his illness and his recovery.
29 May 2016