Breaking World Records to Beat Cancer,
Inspire Kids & Promote Sport
Inspired4Life is a charity project focussed on using sport and breaking world records to:
- Raise vital funds to help beat cancer and raise awareness around early diagnosis
- Inspire children and promote the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and support mental health
- Developing and promoting sport, particularly Women’s Sport, and encouraging participation
rates in children
Driven by a history of cancer among family and close friends, as well as the tragic passing of his
girlfriend Hannah, Inspired4Life Founder & Project Director Kaveh Fatemian has already completed a
350 plus mile 14 day run from Paris to London, including the Paris & London Marathons at either end,
climbed 2 mountains in 2 continents in just 3 weeks with a combined height of over 11,500m and
become the first person to complete the 25 Peaks Challenge in under 24 hours with a record breaking
time of 22 hours and 45 minutes.
The first Inspired4Life event saw Kaveh hit a punch-bag for a new Guinness World Record of 52 hours
in memory of his best friend Sam, while hundreds of school children took part in mass participation
world records, fundraising activities and a variety of Inspired4Life Sports Taster Sessions led by
As Inspired4Life grew and thousands of children and students took part in our events, Kaveh again
pushed himself to the limit, playing football for a Guinness World Record of 56 hours, before beginning
preparations for his latest, and greatest, challenge.
Kaveh has also organised two spectacular black-tie fundraising balls with themes of Celebrating
Inspirational Women at the prestigious Hurlingham Club in London, where guests have been treated
to inspirational talks and Q&A sessions with Olympic Gold Medallists & World Champions as well as a
string of stunning performances from female musicians, dancers and magicians.
Inspired4Life’s core message is ‘be the change you wish to see in the world’, as we passionately believe
everybody has the potential to make a difference to whatever they care about. When we work with
schools, we encourage every child to believe they’re capable of doing incredible things and we give
them confidence to believe in themselves and work hard for their goals. That’s why we take on mass
participation Guinness World Records with the children, as we hope each child will go home as a world
record holder armed with the belief that there is no limit on what they can achieve.
A big part of Inspired4Life is introducing children to as many positive female role models as possible.
This is not just to inspire the girls, but also to give the boys a host of inspirational women they can
look up to. We hope that in doing this, more of the next generation will grow up with a healthy respect
and admiration for all, regardless of gender and help to break down barriers.