Get fit in January with the help of our athletes


MORE turkey, less time in the gym this Christmas?

Fear not, we have a whole host of inspiring projects that can not only lift you, but actually get you fit again.

Many of our athletes are performing near the top of their sport and are experts in all levels of fitness. In return for your generous support of their goals, many are willing to help you to get fit. Here are some of the fabulous offerings:

EYOF 2015 “Make It Happen”

RHYS POMMELSLeading Irish gymnast Rhys McClenaghan and his coach, international gymnast Luke Carson, need funds to get McClenaghan, ineligible for other funding due to his junior status, to the European Youth Olympics Festival in Tibilsi, Georgia this July. Medaling there, which he has an outstanding chance of doing, would open him up to funding from the Irish Olympic Council. He is already on the Rio 2016 training team.

Pledge £100 to Rhys and Luke’s mission and they will give you a one-on-one training session, complete with exclusive training tips

Road To Rimini: Scott Richardson

Scott Richardson bikeTop Team GB age grouper Scott Richardson achieved fourth in his first triathlon European championship last October and is now set on achieving a medal at this year’s Middle Distance Triathlon European Championships in Rimini in May. He’s a personal trainer by trade and runs a sub-2’45” marathon, putting him well on-course to achieve that, but he needs more time and needs funds to allow him to dedicate that time to his goal.

Pledge €100 to Scott’s bid for age group Gold and get top running tips to help you improve in 2015 

Mission To The Top: Evan Hoyt

pledge 44Wales’s number three tennis player Evan Hoyt endured an injury-plagued 2014 and it has set the Llanelli native back. Tennis is a seriously international game and, as Tim Henman told him, nothing beats match-play when you need to improve and grow your game. To get back on track for his country, Evan needs to play a minimum of 30 tournaments this year all coming with expensive travel costs.

Pledge £250 to Evan’s campaign to break into the top 500 in the world this season and he’ll give you and three friends a tennis lesson, complete with signed merchandise

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