Nick Chappelow is a CurraNZ health ambassador after using our product to help him overcome severe arthritis that he had suffered for 27 years. As a result, the 45-year-old from Harrogate has been able to largely come off pain medication and return to a normal family life. Nick has been able to embrace an exercise regime, lose six stone in weight and improve his health status, naturally.
Adelle Tracey is amongst the brightest talents at her distance in Britain. The Londoner won the British indoor 800m title in 2016, won silver at the 2018 World Cup and was fourth in the European championships.
Jo came to running late in life, having previously been a race doctor. A GP based in Scotland, Jo is one of the country’s best endurance runners and stalwart of the GB ultrarunning team.
Jo has been a regular in the 50km and 100km World Championships over the last five years. In 2015 she was fifth in the world, third in Europe and second at Masters level at 100km and set a new PB by an astonishing ten minutes. The previous year, she was ranked third in the world and first in the Masters 100km World Champs, achievements that saw her crowned 2014 Female Ultrarunner of the year.
Jane has made huge strides in triathlon since taking up the sport her 30s. An exceptional amateur athlete, she has succeeded at all distances of triathlon and won the Kona IM World championship for her age-group (44-49) in 2016 and was runner-up in 2017, 2018 and 2015.
In 2017 Jane was undefeated in her age-group (Challenge Gran Canaria, The World Championship, Samorin and Challenge Roth). The following season Jane won her age-group in Challenge Gran Canaria and second at Challenge Roth and Riccione, when her performances put her close to mixing it with the female pros.
Sue Pugh is a Physical Training Instructor responsible for training the Royal Air Force PTs to the standard required. Away from her day job, Sue loves to race IronMan and is also a Triathlon coach and RAF triathlete (GB Age-Group representative).
A regular in cycling and triathlon Interservices events for the RAF, Sue raced across Europe in 2015, cycling 3,000 miles in eight days, 20hrs. She was Herefordshire Sports Woman of the Year 2015 and was also runner-up to CurraNZ ambassador Lucy Charles in the 220Triathlon Age-Group Athlete of the year.
Laura has made an impact in triathlon within a very short space of time after discovering the sport at University and has been a regular at national and world championship events at just 22.
Laura was a National-level trampolinist at college and discovered triathlon at University, and has developed through the sport to winning Ironman 70.3 distance events. Laura raced sprint distances in 2017 and collected both National and British medals alongside a fourth place at the Age Group World Championships.
In 2018 she stepped up to long-distance racing, finishing second overall in her age group at Staffordshire 70.3 and eighth at the World Championships. This year, in winning her age-group at IronMan Victoria-Gasquiez in July, qualified for the World Championships at Kona 2019.
Artemis is a highly talented all-women triathlon racing team consisting of Alice Tourell, Natalie Curgenven, Sophie Johnson and Rachel Nicholl.
Our fearsome foursome compete at European and World Championship level in triathlon, and on 2019 results, ranked amongst the top-20 in the world for their age-groups.
Alex has only been in the sport for a few years but has already covered all distances triathlon has to offer as part of Team Macmillan helping to support athletes of all abilities out on the course.
He was part of the Possibilitty Race Team's mixed relay team that took 2nd place at Ironman 70.3 Weymouth 2018.
Alex is an a now focused on Olympic Distance Age Group Qualification while juggling a busy family and work life.
Neil Hunter is an endurance athlete and adventurer who is embarking on a solo, unsupported expedition to traverse the edge of Antarctica to the South Pole in November. The policeman from Surrey, who suffers from Type 2 Diabetes, will be fundraising for Diabetes UK and show what is possible if you suffer the condition. Neil’s challenge involves skiing in excess of 700 miles hauling a sledge weighing 100kgs. Neil will encounter temperatures down to -45deg C and 3000m of altitude.
Neil has previously undertaken other big challenges, from including skiing across the second-largest icecap in the world across Greenland and Norway in 28 days. He has successfully rowed the Atlantic and climbed many mountains around the world.