A 24 HOUR challenge to climb the highest mountains of three countries lies ahead for an Australian strongman, who is looking to raise money in memory of a late uncle.
25-year-old Peter Judge, sets off to attempt the Three Peaks Challenge, climbing Scotland’s Ben Nevis (1,344 ft high/4,409 metres), England’s Scafell Pike (978/3,209) and Wales’ Snowdon (1,085/3,560) inside 24 hours, starting on the morning of 3 August.
The fitness instructor and rugby player is raising cash for the charity Cancer Research in remembrance of an uncle and a few other friends who succumbed to cancer back in Australia.
Check out Pete train with training buddy David Reynolds on our gallery below.
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