Trek for The Hunger ProjectCongratulations to five incredible challengers who took on and completed the inaugural Isle of Wight Challenge last weekend.

If you haven’t yet, please show your support to Bhavin and Nita Khatri (quite a feat for any partnership!), Gina Crowcroft (who finished in an incredible 17 hours – part running/part walking), Gale Lewis (a true hero for finishing despite being wrapped up in foil for five hours at 73km) and last but not least our very own trustee, Rob Shepherd (whom we suspect hadn’t trained as much as the training plan suggested as he’s still struggling to get his shoes on.)

106km Finishing Times – Isle of Wight Challenge

Isle of Wight Challenge 2014 Photos - Team Hunger Project, Hunger HikeYou are all heroes in ending hunger having raised £7645.00 for our sustainable work across the world.

Thank you from all our partners striving to build a sustainable life free from hunger and poverty.

Brand new in 2014,  the Isle of Wight Challenge (106 or 56km) followed the stunning coastal path for over 106 km around England’s largest island and without any sleep we think this is one of the toughest ultra distance challenges available without leaving the UK.

The event moves to the earlier date of 2/3 May and kicks off 2015’s Isle of Wight Walking Festival. If you’d like to join Team Hunger read more or follow this link for an early bird registration and we’ll support you all the way.

Do something great for The Hunger Project, challenge yourself!

Isle of Wight Photo