State of Mind presenters Jimmy Gittins and Ian Smith are beginning their 40/120 Challenge tonight at 7pm

The 40/120 challenge highlights the number of people every year who take their own life around the world. 800,000 people around the world take their own life or one person every 40 seconds and 120 deaths in every 80 minutes rugby match played.

Former rugby league player Jimmy Gittins who broke his neck playing rugby league is embarking on completing 120 miles in 40 hours on his hand cycle wheelchair. Joining him for the challenge in Wakefield is former Super League referee Ian Smith who will be cycling the same 120 miles in 40 hours.

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You can try your own version of the 40/120 Challenge in any way that suits your ability so 40 steps around the garden in 120 minutes or 40 times up and down stairs in 120 minutes or any version that works for you.