The Running Bug Thu, Jul 19 2012 Likes0 0 Comments Facebook0 Twitter0 Natalie Pinkham: Celebs on the Run Natalie Pinkham Runs Blind for Charity "We often take our sight for granted, so I am honoured to be able to support such an incredible initiative as Seeing is Believing, which saves the sights of thousands the world over” Bio: Natalie Pinkham is well known in the sporting world for her presenting and reporting. In the last couple of years she has hosted NFL UK for Five and filmed The Great Swim Series for Channel 4 with Olympic swimmer Steve Parry. In the summer of 2007, Natalie lived out in the States hosting David Beckham's Soccer USA. Currently, she is working as a Formula 1 pit-lane reporter for Sky Sports F1, having held the same post for BBC Radio 5 Live in 2011. Running: Natalie loves all sports, but in particular football, tennis, rugby and athletics. In 2008, Natalie took part in ITV's Dancing On Ice. Three months of training before the show went live helped Natalie build up strength, stamina and increased her desire to keep fit. Natalie recently took part in The Great City Race for charity Seeing Is Believing. Blindfolded during the event, her fiance, Owain Walbyoff acted as her guide for the race. Natalie admits to being extremely competitive and jokingly warned Owain before the race, "It's a good test of trust - if he fails I can always call the wedding off," There was no need to worry, Natalie completed the race in 32:57. See more Celebs on the Run here. More from The Running Bug Katie Price: Celebs on the Run Hugh Dennis: Celebs on the Run Hugh Jackman: Celebs on the Run Jenni Falconer: Celebs on the Run See if Katie managed to complete the Brighton Half, Silverstone Half or the London Marathon. Hugh's not being mocked this week after completing the Great South Run. Find out his time here. Hugh works out for his roles in action films but is muscle power enough to run a half marathon? Jenni was determined to improve after her first marathon in 2009. Find out if she did. New to the Running Bug? We're the online community for runners with over 65,000 members! Join today - it's free and easy - and you'll get access to all our running events, training schedules and advice, groups, blogs and forums. JOIN THE RUNNING BUG HERE! It's free and takes just 30 seconds.