(Above: Back row - Ciaran McGrory, Gerard Duffy, Gerald Arbuckle, Pat Shallow (standing in the picture for Dean Hutchinson), Bernard McMonagle, Evan Doherty and Bobby Porter. Front row - Pat Gallagher, Caolan McGrath, Andrew Curran, Damien Doherty and Jason Doherty.) Photo courtesy of Adrenalinfitness Burnfoot.
Twelve men from Inishowen will be going to Hell and Back this weekend for 6 different charities.
The 12 men are all members of Adrenalin Fitness in Bunrfoot and have been training hard for the past number of weeks in preparation for this weekend’s trip to Belmont Estate, Bray, Co. Wicklow.
The brave men undertaking what is deemed Ireland’s toughest physical and mental endurance challenge are Gerard Duffy, Andrew Curran, Caolan McGrath, Dean Hutchinson, Damien Doherty, Evan Doherty, Pat Gallagher, Bernard McMonagle, Bobby Porter, Gerald Arbuckle, Jason Doherty and Ciaran McGrory – owner of Adrenalin fitness.
They will tackle obstacles such as The Swamp, Ten Foot Tessie and Mount Olympus all in aid of the following charities – Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin; Donegal Hospice; The Cedar Foundation; Friends of Letterkenny Hospital – The Cancer Bus; The Irish Cancer Society and The Multiple Sclerosis Society.
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