On Saturday 18th August, our Founder and Director Cameron Hall teamed up with Holmlands clients Chris Lloyd and James Robbins, to represent our charity partners, Disability Snowsport UK, in this years Superhero Triathlon at Dorney Lake.
Cameron took on the open water swim, before handing the baton to Winter Paralympian Chris Lloyd who jumped on the bike, with Founder of Drysure, James Robbins bringing it home on the run.
The Superhero Series is the only mass-participation event dedicated to the UK’s 12.9 million people with disabilities - with each competing team including a member with a disability.
Disability Snowsport UK (DSUK) are a charity with a unique sense of purpose, believing that anyone regardless of their disability can take part in and enjoy the thrill of snowsports.
A strong DSUK contingent saw former Army Reserve Officer turned BBC Correspondent Frank Gardner cycle, with other celebrity faces including Paralympic Gold medallists Jonnie Peacock and David Weir, with presenter Clare Balding covering the event for Channel 4.
Chairman of DSUK Mark Kelvin, said, "What an amazing day... a huge thank you to all those who pushed their limits and achieved SO MUCH today. I’m left proud and humbled. You’re all incredible."
The event has so far raised more than £2000 fro DSUK. Donations can be made here.