Superstar boobydooers

PTSD will always be with me but it doesn't have to rule me!
Kristy →

On July 8th, Elizabeth swam, crawled, climbed and span down the wet tarpaulin at the Xrunner Waterwipeout event!
Elizabeth →

Running changed her life, now she's using it to change someone else's. 12 Marathons in 12 Months.
Helen →

Proof that determination will always win. Check out Sophie's story.
Sophie →

From couch potato to marathon runner to strongwoman. Check out Becca's story.
Becca →

How exercise has become a part of her life. Check out Sue's story.
Sue →

From triathlons, to volunteering, to inspiring others. Check out Alison's story.
Alison →

My most exciting achievement was being invited to the BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2010.
Anita North →

I’m so much stronger, I didn’t used to be able to deadlift 40kg, now my personal best 105kg! And I feel feminine while I do it!
Megan Coldicott →

By this point I think I have got the bug, the more exercise I am doing, the more weight comes off, the better I feel.
Julia McCracken →

I am a self-proclaimed fitness freak, and an Olympic triathlon became my new challenge.
Sophie Neal →

Sarah completed the climb to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro at 08:15AM on the 22nd Feb 2015
Sarah Stoute →

Well gradually I noticed that I was able to run for longer and by the end of my training I got up to around 8k.
Carol Jones →