Our Operations Manager Steve ‘Ironman’ McHugh and a team from Tri4life are taking part in the ultimate challenge to raise money for a local charity called Stick ‘n’ Step.

The aim is to raise £5000 to help the charity to support children with cerebral palsy from across North Wales and the North West of England to help maximise their independence through providing free conductive education therapy. Since 2002 the charity has grown from strength to strength, now supporting 70 children every week.

The Enduroman Arch to Arc Relay is a challenge that connects two of the world’s most beautiful cities by running, swimming and cycling. The event starts with an 87 mile run from London’s Marble Arch to the Dover coast, then the athletes must swim across the English Channel to the French coast, and finally the athletes finish with a 181 mile bike from Calais to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. For this challenge, the clock starts at Marble Arch and stops at Arc de Triomphe.

A 300 mile triathlon relay challenge linking the two most famous landmarks in Europe.  London’s Marble Arch, via an English Channel swim to Paris’ Arc de Triomphe for teams of between 2 to 6 people. Team members complete each relay leg in continuous rotation of one hour (approx) durations as a run-swim-cycle challenge.

We would like to wish the team Good Luck!!!

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