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Drew Thornton – Everesting Recap

Sometimes the mere act of taking on a challenge is success in itself. We live in a world driven by numbers, of black and white when it comes to success or failure. With Everesting it’s simply reach 8848 meters and you are deemed to be successful but as we have seen with previous efforts, failing to reach that number […]

Susie Stephen

From Sea to Summit – Climb For Nepal

Susie Stephen started running at aged 11. She spent two years as a graduate student at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff from 2000-2002, running competitively with the Division 1 cross-country and track programmes, but then took a few years off from serious running to travel and work. Also a certified Yoga instructor she is currently […]