Past Endeavours

Sport can be a powerful tool for helping people push the boundaries of what was previously thought possible. Take a look at some of the incredible challenges of previous years.

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65 Degrees North - Kilimanjaro

Conquering Kilimanjaro

On 4th June 2015 Peter Bowker, an amputee from the recent conflict in Afghanistan, and the team of 65 Degrees North successfully recorded the world’s first unsupported crossing of the…

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Row 2 Recovery

All amputee team in Atlantic Crossing race 2015-16

We are delighted to have supported the incredible Atlantic adventures of the Row2Recovery team once more. The current team is heading East having left La Gomera in the Canary Islands…

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Invictus Games 2016

We came. We saw. We're unconquered.

In 2014 the inaugural Invictus Games which took part in London stood as a highlight in the year’s sporting calendar as an international, multi-sport adaptive event that embraced the respect…


Dog Sledding 2017

Journey to the most remote corner of Mongolia by dog sled

Travelling with dogs along frozen lakes and rivers for 700 km the team will face temperatures down to a blistering -40C in the middle of the Mongolian winter – temperatures…

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Walk of Britain

Five wounded veterans walk 1,000 miles over 10 weeks

The Walk of Britain will see five wounded veterans walk 1,000 miles over 10-weeks,through mainland UK, starting on the 21st August in Scotland and winding down through England and Wales…

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Team Endeavour Racing

Develop, Inspire, Challenge

‘Team Endeavour Racing’ uses entry-level power boating (Thundercat Racing) to create an enjoyable and stimulating environment to develop, inspire and challenge in a demanding and difficult time while transitioning from…

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65 Degrees North

Unsupported crossing of greenland icecap

Pete Bowker hopes to become the first amputee to cross the Greenland icecap unsupported when he joins the 65 Degrees North at the edge of the frozen country in May 2015.…


Beeline Britain

Lands End to John O' Groats in a straight line

In the summer of 2014, Beeline Britain successfully attempted to navigate from Land’s End to John O’Groats “in a straight line”; a record-breaking challenge, never before attempted and involved 16+ days across some of the…