This is our first go at caving.
We decided to get ourselves a touring tandem, where shall we go on it!!
Great Wake up wild camp at the end of August. If you get the chance go on one. It’s great to say yes more.
Here’s a photo from when i spent the day filming up on Stanage Edge. Soon to be released.
We had a great time when we visited the Isle of Wight to take some old marquees, we can’t wait to go back.
A few weeks ago we were in the right place at the right time😎 have a look at this short video we made.
John is registered blind. Along with his sight guide Lauren, they are on a mission show the world that blind or disabled people can do great stuff outside too.
— Read on getoutside.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/
2019 got off to a great start with me and my friend Lauren taking a dip in the North Sea on New Years Day. It was in aid of the R.N.L.I(Royal National Lifeboat Institute) It was a bit chilly but great fun. Click on the link to see a short video T-shirt Twins
This Saturday saw the last competition of the 2018 season. It started in July in France with a World Cup and finished with the last round of the National Paraclimbing series at Manchester climbing centre
A highlight of the year was competing in my 3rd world championships in Innsbruck where came 6th in the B2 making me the highest ranked British male in this category.
The final round of the nationals was one of the best UK comps I had been too. I came 2nd in this one narrowly missing out on first by a few points. This result it meant that i came 2nd overall in the B2 catogory.
At this competition me and my sight guide tried out a new system of getting me to the holds much quicker which I am very happy to say is working. Something else I have tried is wearing a blindfold for the roped routes, which also worked out well with my climbing being much quicker and Smoother.
I now have a few months to train before the GB Paraclimbing team selection day which will take place next year.