Supported athletes & teams

We try to help a small group of athletes and teams with their energy needs. These range from local teams and athletes to those performing nationally and internationally with an “epic” backstory. We also try to support “epic” challenges and often then stay with those athletes afterwards too. 

For more information on the teams and athletes please click on the links below:


Cycling Sheffield-Giant Sheffield (local cycling team competing at regional, national and international level with riders from 18-25 years old)

Geared Up Cycles (local amateur cycling team based in Barnsley for all cyclists no matter what level or discipline)

Sheffield Giants (British American Football National League Premier Division North side based in Sheffield, working with all age groups from Under 14s to Senior side and including Womens Amercan Football too)

Sheffield Triathlon Club (local amateur Triathlon Club established since 1986 catering for all abilities from beginner to international athlete and for all age groups)

Team Russell Athletics (Sheffield based group of young athletes ranging from age 7 – 21 participating in Track & Field as well as cross country at regional and national level)


Adam “Tango” Holland (marathon and ultra marathon runner)

Edan Morton (Cyclo Speedway rider, England Junior Captain and World Cup winner 2017, 4th in Individual Junior World Championships)

Helen Russell (2017 British Series Quadrathlon champion and a former World/Euro Duathlon & Euro Triathlon Age Group Champion)

Red “The Redster” Walters (19 year old U23 Road Race and Time Trial rider)

Rich “The Mohican Runner” Hayes (local runner and fundraiser. Raising over £1m for the NSPCC while being the best runner he can be (2018 Northern Masters XCountry Champion)

Yiannis Christodoulou (2017 National Age Group Silver Medalist and GB Captain for the Aquathlon team at the World Championships in Canada)


Mad Hatter Sports (series of events based in Cornwall including Open Water Sea Swims, Aquathlons, standard Triathlons and Triathlons replacing the bike leg with SUP [stand up paddling])