RURAL SOLUTIONS SPONSORS SKIPTON MAN ATTEMPTING 'EPIC TRIATHLON'
Rural Solutions are proud to announce that we are sponsoring endurance athlete, Sam Boatwright as he trains for and attempts a gruelling and intense triathlon including swimming the English Channel.
Sam is a dedicated athlete who has gained notoriety for his incredible feats, all for the sake of charity. He was first dubbed the ‘Epic Runner’ back in 2012, when he successfully ran 50 miles every day for 50 days.
As well has being an impressive athlete, Sam is also a full-time maths teacher at a school in Bradford, and is a real inspiration to his students, encouraging them to realise that “everyone is capable of achieving more than they ever realise”.
This year Sam will be attempting an ‘Epic Triathalon’ which will involve cycling Land’s End to John O’Groats, swimming the channel and then running from John O’Groats all the way back to Land’s End – alongside trying to break world record attempts while cycling and running. All this will be in aid of raising money for SSAFA; the armed forces charity. In his own words: “This one’s for anyone who’s ever felt out-faced, overwhelmed and on their own. Circumstances might limit us, but as always it’s the courage we have to keep facing our challenges that counts.”
We at Rural Solutions are truly honoured to be sponsoring such an inspiring individual as he puts himself through an intense challenge for the sake of not only challenging himself, but also to challenge the wider community to get involved and make a difference. We will be following his exploits in the run-up to and during the triathlon in July, and helping him to achieve his fundraising goals.
“Just wanted to say a massive thank you to Rural Solutions Ltd. My sixth and main sponsor for the Epic Triathlon. Rural Solutions understand the need for the continued evolution of rural Britain – and are passionate about it. They are a wholly independent, specialist consultancy working with clients all over the UK who want to maximise the potential of rural land and assets. Their team is diverse, but they all share a love for the countryside and a deeply held desire to work in it and make a difference.”
To find out more about Sam please visit his website here www.samboatwright.com
Feb 2nd: Wattbike Bike World Record Attempt. Sam is aiming to cover over 470miles in 24hours on his Wattbike at Sandylands Fitness Centre, Skipton.
Sam and his team would love people to join in and sign up to cycle with him, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book a 1 hour slot to get involved for a good cause!