Last year, we entered a team of brave superheroes in the very first Superhero Triathlon. The event was a huge success and so this year the Super Hero Series is back and better than ever.
Founded by Super Paralympian Sophie Warner, it’s “the UK’s one and only disability sports series for the Everyday Superhero!”
Cerebra is proud to announce we are once again supporting this epic triathlon as charity friends and will be Team Cerebra!
This year’s event is taking place on the 18th of August 2018 at Dorney Lake, Windsor. Participants can team up, grab a side kick or fly solo to compete in any of the four unique challenges.
Rhys and Anthony, who took part in the triathlon for us last year will once again be rising to the challenge! We’re looking for eager super heroes who want to join them on team Cerebra. The only requirement is that one person on your team must have a disability and you must have your own equipment to take part in the triathlon.
If you would like to find out any further information about the event or how you can join our team contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
When Rhys watched his sister take part in her first sports day, he wanted nothing more than to join in. His limited mobility meant that he couldn’t run the race himself but dad Anthony had a great idea to help Rhys get involved.
Anthony said: “I couldnt disappoint Rhys after he had such a great afternoon and was getting excited about racing so I carried him to the starting line and when it was time to go we were off. I held my arms round him, kicking his legs forward as if he was running himself. He was absolutely hysterical with laughter all the way, people clapping and cheering him on, he was loving it! It was brilliant and both mum and I were mega chuffed that we did it.”
Rhys enjoyed the experience so much that Anthony was inspired to take on a new challenge.
“This is what has inspired me and my friend Kevin Davies to do something with him…not for him…by entering the Superhero Triathlon on the 19th of August in London. With Kevin completing a ‘Tough Mudder’ experience and me just being dad, we are going to take part in a 20k cycle, 5k run and 750metre swim. We are going to give Rhys an experience he has never had and will certainly remember. Hopefully inspiring hope and encourage more people to take part. We want to raise money for Cerebra who have supported Rhys with this opportunity and raise awareness for help and support for more SEN kids like Rhys.”
Rhys and Anthony will be using a boat designed by the Cerebra Innovation Centre. They tested it out ahead of race day in the swimming pool at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David Carmarthen campus.