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raised of £3,000 target by 132 supporters

    Weʼve raised £3,814 to Support Hockey4Heroes and Lewis Little Legs.

    Annapurna Range, Himalayas.
    Funded on Saturday, 24th August 2019

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    Taking hockey to new heights!

    In 2012, I invented a new hockey activity to raise money for charity, extreme Hockey dribbling. So far, I've completed the London Marathon (2012), the 3peaks, (2014), and dribbled a ball from Cardiff to London supporting Hockey4Heroes (2017). 2019 sees the toughest challenge yet!

    In July 2019, I will be participating in Operation Olympus, a groundbreaking attempt to take hockey to the Himalayas and set a record for the highest game of hockey! I will be attempting to dribble a ball up to a height of 17,345 feet on the Annapurna Range. Without doubt, this will be the toughest physical and mental dribbling challenge I've faced. This is a fantastic expedition in collaboration with Hockey4Heroes, Lincoln Minster School and Gary Johnson of Hurricane Sports.

    I'm raising funds for two very deserving charities. I'm an ambassador for Hockey4Heroes, we support Help for Heroes and give our injured service personnel the support they deserve.

    I'll also be supporting Lewis Whele, aka 'Lewis Little Legs'. Lewis suffers from Cerebral Palsy. Jim and Toni, Lewis's parents are seeking to raise funds for Lewis to undergo a life changing operation to enable him to walk. The financial commitment to the operation and subsequent physiotherapy is in excess of £50,000. He is an incredibly positive and enthusiastic little boy.

    During Operation Olympus, along the way, we'll be stopping at schools in the Himalayan foothills and introducing the local children to hockey with coaching and games, following up with the supply of hockey equipment.

    Please help Hockey4Heroes and Lewis Little Legs and support me as I embark on the toughest hockey dribbling challenge yet.



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      • Lexi


        Aug 16, 2019

        A tad late but a massive well done to you, Si and the team for completing an epic challenge!


      • James Wallace

        James Wallace

        Jul 30, 2019

        Another incredible achievement Andy. Well done.


      • Anonymous


        Jul 27, 2019

        Andy - my parents wanted to donate as well.Speak soon

      • Kate Mason

        Kate Mason

        Jul 26, 2019

        Amazing effort in Nepal. Bridie is so inspired everything she experienced on this trip. Hard enough on its own but incredible with your stick in hand. Congratulations.


      • Kevin Ralfe

        Kevin Ralfe

        Jul 25, 2019

        Andy, amazing to watch your journey over the last few weeks. Incredible memories for you to look back on! What's next?Kevin and Virg.


      • Eva Lee

        Eva Lee

        Jul 25, 2019

        Good luck, great achievement


      • Leonora


        Jul 25, 2019

        An amazing achievement at such dizzy heights and in support of 2 great causes.


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      Andy Halliday

      Andy Halliday

      Annapurna Range, Himalayas.

      Team Manager, Great Britain Men's Hockey Team. Inventor of extreme hockey dribbling.

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