It has been nearly two months since I lasted posted to this blog. But, it has been an eventful break.
In a previous post I wrote about my buddy Thomas and our decision to travel to Chile and compete in the Atacama Crossing in October of this year. Early on in our planning we decided to partner with a charity to make the adventure about more than just two guys running across a desert. After some deliberation we settled on the Alannah and Madeline Foundation (AMF) (see https://www.amf.org.au).
Since contacting AMF our little project has grown significantly. We have now committed to tackling all of the annual 4deserts runs over the next three years. Our rough timeline looks something like this:
- October 2014 – Atacama Crossing, Chile
- June 2015 – Gobi March, China
- February 2016 – Sahara Race, Jordan
- November 2016 – The Last Desert, Antarctica
Each of the events is 6 stages / 250km / self-supported. More details are available at http://www.4deserts.com.
We will shortly be launching a website and social media campaign to chronicle our adventures and promote the amazing work done by AMF.
More to come…