THE ARCTIC ONE FOUNDATION PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES FOR PEOPLE TO GET ACTIVE AND ENJOY SPORT
Everyone should have the chance to be active
WHAT WE DO
Reducing the barriers to getting active
NOVICE, GRASSROOT AND ELITE EVENTS
TRI AND PARA TRI FESTIVAL
16th July 2022
The event is fully inclusive so it is a great opportunity to take part in some way, whether you are an experienced athlete or a complete novice, a para-athlete or not. We will have separate waves for Para-athletes and non para-athletes in most of the distances and an option of doing a relay with one or two others if you don’t want to do the whole event. Teams can be a mix of people including para athletes so a relay is a great option for families all to take part.
Getting people active
Arctic One believes that sport should be accessible to all and aims to provide people, groups and clubs with disabilities the opportunity to get involved in sport and become more active. The charity, which is entirely run the volunteers, mainly achieves this through their events and training days and their “Forward Motion” grant system.
CHALLENGE GB - MARK PATTENDEN
One of Arctic One's Ambassador, Mark Pattenden Is about to commence a huge challenge of walking round the coast of Great Britain raising funds for Arctic One. We will be providing regular updates of how mark is doing and and social media posts will be tagged #Challenge GB
The challenge starts on February 5th and will cover the distance of 6500 miles.