Rowing the Atlantic Ocean

This December, Tom will join three childhood friends in attempting an unassisted row across the Atlantic Ocean. A distance of 3,000 miles, which the team are aiming achieve in 40 days. They will face 40+ foot waves and freezing conditions while rowing twelve hours per day, seven days a week. Read on to learn more about the mission, and the challenges they may face.

A new world record run?

A new world record run?

On Wednesday 4 April, aspiring Royal Marines Officer Jack Halstead and I will attempt to run from Marble Arch, London to Arc de Triomphe, Paris, running just over 6 marathons in 2.5 days. The idea was born, planned and decided upon this week, leaving us around 10 days to prepare. Five months since my last real run, this will be a true challenge.  

MISSION: The Full Story

MISSION: The Full Story

We’ve briefly hinted at how MISSION began but I wanted to tell you the full story. Here it is: 

In 2016, two friends and I embarked on the biggest challenge of our lives - to cycle the length of South America for Right to Play, Kidney Cancer UK and Alzheimer’s Society. I had not owned a bike before and no real endurance experience to talk about. Starting our trip at 3,500 metres then was not perhaps the greatest idea.