an army captain is to climb the equivalent of everest in 24 hours to raise money for a girl who was critically injured in a riding accident.gulf war veteran christopher hames plans to climb roseberry topping, cleveland, 30 times from noon on saturday (25 february).capt hames wants to raise funds for maisie welsh, who suffered life-changing facial injuries in a fall while hacking in november. the 11-year-old was blinded in one eye and needs “years of painful reconstructive facial surgery”.the 46-year-old, a serving officer with the royal army physical training corps, said: “i’ve had some pretty epic challenges over my 29 years in the army, but this will be up there as being one of the toughest.“it will be worth every step to raise funds to support maisie and her family who have had their lives turned upside down.“just days before the accident i saw maisie play football with my daughter. it goes to show how quickly things can change for any of us. everything has changed for h...