Enduroman Arch to Arc 2015

On the 25th September, 24 of our wounded, injured and sick military personnel took to the land, sea, and saddle as part of what's known as the hardest triathlon in the world: Enduroman Arch to Arc.

Just how hard are we talking? How about an 87 mile run from London's Marble Arch to Dover as a starter for ten, followed by a brief swim across the Channel, topped off with a 181 mile bike ride to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris?

If this has moved you to make a donation, first of all: THANK YOU! Secondly please visit the Help for Heroes Arch to Arc JustGiving page to make a contribution and show your support for the team. Every gesture counts and we really appreciate anything you can give to our guys. 

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