Endurance events - fact vs fiction22 September 2022
How to eat in the heat11 August 2022
The heat can be testing and - especially in the UK - something we are not all used to! For the days when the heat still gets a one-up on us, I have pulled together some handy tips on how you can use nutrition to your advantage.
Have you tried cold tea?07 July 2022
7 tips to fuel something extraordinary from home this lockdown05 November 2020
All Oar Nothing Atlantic Rowing Challenge: January Update03 January 2020
All Oar Nothing are now over half way across the Atlantic Ocean, in their attempt to row from Spain to Antigua unsupported. Here are a few key stats from the trip so far.
14 of the Best UK Trail Running Events14 August 2019
At MISSION we are all about fuelling extraordinary. Running a long way is how this company was formed. To inspire more people to push themselves, we've decided put together a list of a few of the most exciting, scenic, challenging and extraordinary trails taking place in the UK over the next 365 days.
Which one will you sign up to? Let us know in the comments.
Running A Marathon in Every Country in the World14 August 2019
Nick is running a marathon in every country in the world in honour of inspirational friend and endurance runner, Kevin, who has been diagnosed with prostate cancer. Their motto is 'Don't wait for a diagnosis. Get out there and do something'.
We recently had a great catch up with this inspiring MISSION ambassador to find out what the challenges of his trip have been and what's keeping him fuelled. 155 marathons down, 400 MISSION teas taken and 80 weeks on the road. Keep reading to learn all about Nick and his mission...
It's All Oar Nothing - Rowing Across The Atlantic04 January 2019
Top 5 Endurance Races Around The World02 November 2018
Rowing the Atlantic Ocean: Q+A with MISSION'S Founder Tom Whittle24 October 2018
This December, our Founder will join three childhood friends in attempting an unassisted row across the Atlantic Ocean. The Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge will begin in La Gomera in Spain, and end in English Harbour, Antigua — a distance of 3,000 miles, and an ambitious goal of 40 days. The team will face 40+ foot waves and freezing conditions while rowing twelve hours per day, seven days a week. You can check out the comp details via the @allornothing IG page.
Cycling the Length of South America - A Daily Struggle07 September 2018
The Run From Hell - Breaking A World Record27 August 2018
Last October I ran 704 kilometres, climbing 6,500 metres over 10 days, 13 hours and 5 minutes. A new world-record for the fastest crossing of Iceland on foot had been set and it was undoubtedly one of the best moments of my life. The below is a brief account of how I got there and why on earth I did it.