Toughest adventure yet: The Gobi March

Toughest adventure yet: The Gobi March

This is the toughest and most dangerous challenge that anyone has embarked on for the Fine & Country Foundation to date. The Gobi March, organised by 4Deserts, is a seven day, 141 mile (227km) footrace across Asia’s largest desert. The race begins on Sunday 18 June and ends of Saturday 24 June. There are six stages to the race, the details of which will be revealed on the day of each stage. Matthew Pryke, a trustee of the Fine & Country Foundation, is our brave challenger who has flown to China to push himself to the limit on the biggest adventure of his life. Matthew is not averse to tough experiences; he attempted the Shoreseeker Challenge in 2016 and risked life and limb for the Foundation. Sadly, his 312 mile ocean rowing challenge was interrupted 150 miles in by the worst cyclone the Mediterranean has encountered in almost 50 years.The six stages of the Gobi March will vary in both weather and terrain. The competitors will race across soft sand dunes, river crossings,...

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Matthew Pryke faces Ironman Kalmar, Sweden
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Donate to Sean Newman's Ironman Frankfurt Challenge
Congratulations to our agents Sean and Tyler Newman for running the Frankfurt Ironman in July and raising £1,500 for homeless charity Hope4!...
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Homeless teenage girls in Bangladesh
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13th Jan 2016

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