Join Mike Tindall MBE and sign up for one of UK’s toughest endurance challenges
Next year will see former English rugby captain and World Cup winner, Mike Tindall MBE, participating in the Quad in the Scottish Highlands.
A 24km run over 7 peaks, a 1.35km swim, an 11km kayaking stint; and a 54km bike ride – all this makes up one of the toughest one-day endurance challenges in the UK – the Quadrathlon.
Mike played outside centre for Bath Rugby and Gloucester Rugby and was part of the 2003 World Cup winning English rugby squad. His career as a professional rugby player has seen him secure an impressive 75 England caps and 285 club caps.
If you’re up for the challenge and would like the chance to compete against a World Cup winner, join us at an event in London on 3 November 2014 to find out more.
Date: Monday 3 November 2014
Location: Artemis Investment Management, Cassini House, 57 St James’s Street, London, SW1A 1LD
RSVP: Email firstname.lastname@example.org by Noon on Monday 3 November to book your place. (Places are limited so serious participants are urged to RSVP as soon as possible)
The Quadrathlon can be completed by teams of two or relay teams. There are also discounts available to companies who submit multiple (perhaps competing?) teams. Challenge your friends and work colleagues using #QuadNom!
The Quadrathlon benefits two charities – Mercy Corps and Mary’s Meals – and as part of the challenge, all participates are required to fundraise. Mercy Corps is an international development charity working in over 40 countries worldwide helping people to turn the crises of natural disaster, poverty and conflict into opportunities for progress. Mary’s Meals is an international movement to set up school feeding projects in communities where poverty and hunger prevent children from gaining an education.
For more information: http://www.artemisgreatkindrochit.com/