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Personal trainer who raised £100K for mental health charities is up for a Sunday Mail Young Scot Award

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When Fergus Crawley was at university he felt so isolated and depressed he attempted to take his own life after being too ashamed to talk about his feelings.

The 26-year-old fitness guru managed to turn his life around and in the last four years has raised an incredible £100,000 for the Movember mental health campaign.

From continually ascending and descending Ben Nevis for 11 days to attempting to squat 500,000kg in 24 hours - Fraser, from Edinburgh, has put his mind and body to the test in the name of charity.All the cash he has raised has been ring-fenced for projects which encourage other young men to open up about their mental health and not suffer in silence.

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