Directors Richard and Tim along with 2 other team members competed in the annual Snowdonia Charity Challenge in 7 hours and 52 minutes which was under the 8 hours target they had set themselves. They came in 22nd place out of 72 teams which was a great achievement for their first attempt. They raised a fantastic £22.000 which is a record for the event and earned the team the award for the highest amount raised for the Charity Regain.
Teams of four are challenged to cycle 40 miles, climb Snowdon and canoe Lake Gwynant to raise funds to support men and women paralysed in sporting accidents.
Regain is the only charitable organisation dedicated solely to improving the lives of men and women who have become tetraplegic in a sporting accident. One minute these individuals are fit, active and healthy, the next they are paralysed and in need of support for the rest of their lives.
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