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CALLING ALL TEAM


CAPTAINS TO DORNEY LAKE THE SUPERHERO SERIES HOSTS ITS SUPERHERO MINI TRI EVENT


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O SUPERHERO CAN blast past the competition without preparation, so on 12 June the Superhero Series had a select few


trial the course and get some practise in at Dorney Lake. The founder of the series and Paralympian, Sophia Warner, encourages all who have signed up to get in shape start setting their goals with the full event just two MONTHS AWAY! The Superhero Series is the only mass-participation


sports series dedicated to the everyday superhero (the UK’s 12.9 million people with disabilities) and in line with the series’ bold and gutsy attitude the Superhero Mini Tri wasn’t small scale. Five of the celebrity team captains took a first look at the course. This included team captains Adam Hills and Anne Dickins, who came along to meet their Superhero Squads and work on some cunning tactics while also building up some all- important team spirit. Paralympian and Superhero Series founder Sophia


Warner said: “It was fantastic to see the enthusiasm of the celebrity team captains. I know it means a lot to their teammates to have them come along and show their competitive nature. I hope this drives these teams to success and helps them enjoy the event on the 19th August all the more.” Comedian, TV star and team captain, Adam Hills,


said “I am very much enjoyed meeting my team. I am competitive so the Superhero Mini Tri was great chance to meet them and discuss our secret plan to success! I would certainly be very pleased if my team or I manage to blast past a Paralympian at the full event in August.” At the Superhero Mini Tri event on 12 June several of


the 20 celebrity team captains attended and practised their swimming, cycling and running/pushing ahead of the event in August. Many commented that the trial


• Superhero Series is the only mass-participation sports series dedicated to the UK’s 12 million About Superhero Series


people with disabilities – the Everyday Superhero - plus their friends, family and colleagues. • It is founded by Paralympian Sophia Warner, who has been involved in disability sport for 25


• It is supported by 20 Celebrity Team Captains, including: Sophie Christiansen, Kadeena Cox, JJ • Superhero Series gives total beginners through to elite athletes the chance to achieve an • Participants can be as competitive as they like but the priority is on having fun.


years, the debut event will be on Saturday 19 August, 2017 at Dorney Lake, Windsor. Chalmers, Sophie Morgan, Anne Dickins and Megan Giglia inspirational challenge.


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event made clear to them just how much work they had left to do ahead of competing in the full Superhero Tri with their teams. However, they did enjoy fine tuning their Superpower techniques and they hope the trial day encouraged even more Everyday Superheroes to sign up for the event in August! Twenty Celebrities Team Captains in all will be taking


part to show their support for a series that throws out restrictive rules and regulations that can deter or prevent many people with disabilities from taking part in organised events. The emphasis is very much on fun, and masks, capes and pants over tights are positively encouraged. The Superhero Series is also calling out for the


nation’s most daring volunteers to sign up for the event at Dorney Lake on 19 August. There are a range of roles available that could well see people helping out the teams captained by Adam Hills and Anne Dickins. Anyone able to find their inner Superhero and help out is welcome. To find out more about Superhero Series or to register visit www.superheroseries.co.uk


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