Dare 2b sets trends, innovates new technologies in order to create exciting outdoor performance apparel.

We’re on a mission to create and produce the best performing the best looking and best value sportswear on the planet. Enabling people to live fitter, more fun, more adrenaline packed lives through sport.

We’re sold across over 65 countries and have developed collections for multiple sporting disciplines including road cycling and running wear. Over the years we’ve made a big impact within the industry and have joined forces with mountain resort partners such as Tignes, and Sierra Nevada to provide kit for pro’s working on the slopes. Other collaborations also include working with our partner charities such as Snow Camp and our work with world famous cycling events and athletes.
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    Oscar Pereiro
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Oscar Pereiro

Tour De France Champion

Age:

35

Place of Birth:

Spain

Titles:

2006 TOUR DE FRANCE WINNER

Pereiro also placed tenth in the 2004 Tour de France.

He was awarded the Most Aggressive Rider Award in the 2005 Tour de France after powering the winning breakaways in Stages 15, 16 and 19. He was the Stage 16 winner. His efforts on Stage 15, the toughest stage of the Tour, were highly admired by the peloton. He finished second that day after the final climb up the Pla D'Adet.

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Pedro Nimo

International Marathon Runner

Age:

34

Place of Birth:

Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Pedro Nimo is our international marathon runner. Based in Vigo, Spain, Pedro has been running for over 15 years, his best sporting moment was his performance in The 2011 Berlin marathon. This year Pedro will be running both London and New York Marathon’s for Team Dare 2b.

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Dan Sheriden

Downhill

Age:

18

Place of Birth:

Galway, Ireland

Titles:

2012 Canadian Open Winner

2011/2010/2008 Irish NPS champio

3rd overall 2010 BDS, 2008 & 2010 Irish National Champion.

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I started riding in early 2007, and then went straight into racing a few months later at the Irish National series.

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

Maybe the odd safety pencil!

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

The ginga ninja.

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Jonathan Maunsell

MTB Gravity Enduro

Age:

20

Place of Birth:

London (Been living in Ireland since i was 7 years old)

Titles:

Kinetica Munster XC Series Champion 2012 and 3rd Overall in the (16-29) category of the Irish Gravity Enduro Series 2012

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I first started mountain biking casually when I was 14, when we heard that a trail-centre (Ballyhoura Mountain bike Park) opened, only 15 minutes away from our house. My Dad and I got hooked instantly and would go up once a week. I really loved just pushing up the mountain and riding down any new natural trails I could find. It was a great hobby to have growing up, being able to escape out into the forest and explore. I tried a few race's back then but had not much interest until the winter of 2011. I had worked that summer to buy myself a good All Mountain hardtail. From then on I really started to spend all the time I had on the bike and got fit. So then I got into it competitively, I raced some XC races that winter and ended up winning the series. I took that momentum into the Gravity Enduro series, racing it on my hardtail managed some great results and had lots of fun.

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

my hardtail really fast, occasionally crashing and having a big dirty mullet !

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

Adventurous, Funny, Enthusiastic

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Leah Maunsell

MTB XC

Age:

13¾

Place of Birth:

London (My parents moved us back to Ireland when I was 3 months old)

Titles:

XC NPS 1st U12 Girl 2011

National XC Champs 2nd U12 (overall) 2011

XC NPS 1st U14 Girl 2012

National XC Champs 1st U14 Girl 2012

Kinetica Munster XC Series 1st U14 Girl 2012

Kinetica Munster XC Series 1st Lady 2012

Biking Blitz Series 2013 U14 girls and Baggy Shorts Ladies 1st.

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I started casually in December 2009 after I got my first mountain bike for Christmas. I did a few fun races in 2010. In April 2011 I began racing competitively after really enjoying my first few experiences. I raced the National Series in 2011 in U12 and won it. I raced that same series in 2012 and also won it in U14. After that encouraging start I haven’t stopped since..

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

Don't have one...........yet! :)

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

athletic, friendly, smiley

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    Emily Sarsfield
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    James Machon
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    Robert Machon
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    Zoe Gillings
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    Andrew Walker
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Emily Sansfield

Ski X

Age:

28

Place of Birth:

Durham, England

Titles:

British No. 1

7 x British Ski Cross Champion

1st in Europa Cup Val Thorens France 2010

14th World Cup Grindlewald Switzerland 2011

16th World Championships 2007

6th World University Games 2006

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I slid on my first pair of skis at the age of 3 on a family ski holiday, so skiing was almost a natural thing for me. Coming from a sporty family I did all sorts of sports and it was only at the age of 12 when I started skiing competitively. I was selected to ski for England at 13 years old and at that point my focus on skiing became more serious. After 10 years of Alpine skiing representing GB and England in Slalom to Downhill skiing I changed to the new exciting freestyle discipline of Ski X in 2005. A few ski coaches had seen the sport and all thought my competitive attitude and risky style of skiing would be suited to the new extreme event, and at my first ever race at the World University Games I finished in 6th position… I have never looked back since! Ski X is the ultimate downhill race, with racers competing head to head over a full packed course of obstacles, which gives you the biggest adrenaline rush!

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

My competitive all or nothing attitude is what has given me the edge in Ski Cross

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

Energetic, Outgoing, Competitive

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James Machon

Half Pipe Winter Olympian

Age:

21

Place of Birth:

Sheffield, UK

Titles:

8th Aspen Open Halfpipe 2012.

1st Brits Halfpipe 2011, 2010 & 09

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I have skied regularly with my family since I was 7 & started competing in Freestyle Skiing on the British Snow Tour when I was 14. I learned my tricks at Sheffield Ski Village and then after a few years got my first sponsor & gained a place on the British Freestyle Team. Since then, I’ve been competing on the World Cup circuit for 4 years and just achieved a international top 10 in Halfpipe skiing.

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

I’d like to be known for being innovative with my style and like to make my skiing look smooth and effortless.

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

cool, competitive but chilled.

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Robert Machon

Half Pipe Freestyle Ski

Age:

20

Place of Birth:

Sheffield

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

First skiing holiday was Andorra and I was 5 years old. First racing competition I was 10 at the Yorkshire Championships for racing and placed 3rd, continued racing till 12 then placed 10th at the Sheffield Freeze for slopestyle, which back then was a massive result because all the best guys in the UK went so that competition was one of the reasons for moving to freestyle. Continued competing in freestyle and got added to the England team at 14. Best memory was when I was 16 and competed at my first World Cup, was huge for me because I was competing against people I grew up watching and the best athletes in the world, came 32nd which helped to get onto the GB Development Team.

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

known for being able to spin really quickly, an signature move is a 540 shifty

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

Hyper, funny, silly

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Zoe Gillings

Snowboard X Winter Olympian

Age:

26

Place of Birth:

Isle of Man

Titles:

British no 1 Olympic snowsport athlete.

Currently ranked 5th in the world in snowboard X.

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

When I was 10 I started snowboarding then I entered the British champs 2 months later. I did my first full competitive season at age 16.

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

known for taking risks and passing other girls anywhere on the snowboard cross track.

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

Loyal, competitive, adventurous.

What are you plans for 2013?

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Andrew Walker

MTB Trials Rider

Age:

22

Place of Birth:

Northallerton

Titles:

3rd British Trials Championship 2010

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I started riding trials when I was 10 and then started competing at 13. I now specialise in show riding and have recently started competing in XC and Gravity Enduro mountain bike races

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

Drop-off with no front wheel!

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

James May, German

What are you plans for 2013?

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    Joe Maher
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    Nick Manning
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    Steve Rogers
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    Emmanuel Ripoche
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    Roslynn Newman
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Joe Maher

Trials Rider

Age:

24

Place of Birth:

Rochford Hospital , Essex

Titles:

2006 YMSA Intermediate Champion 26'

2011 EBTC Expert 2nd Place.

2011 Radfest Speedtrial Champion.

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I Started riding casually 12 years ago?? Maybe more, my memory isnt to great. Too many knocks to head during my riding career haha. I have done competitions in the past, but they're not really something i enjoy.

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

I dont have a favourite trick as such, but being smooth, for me is a main priority. A nice flowly style with my own flair added in.

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

Energetic, Smiley, Funny

What are you plans for 2013?

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Nick Manning

Trials Rider

Age:

26

Place of Birth:

Poole

Titles:

3rd in Intermediate NASS 2004

3rd in Expert - Hampshire bike Trial 2008 series

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I started in 2000, I attended the Bike Show at the NEC, after seeing MAD with their bikes and the speed trials, I wanted to get involved with the sport. i started off learning and riding casually with friends at school, I started to compete in 2004 and have since moved on to performing demonstrations with the MAD since 2006.

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

I would have to say my sidehops.

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

Demo, helpful, chilled

What are you plans for 2013?

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Steve Rogers

Trials Rider

Age:

22

Place of Birth:

Barking

Titles:

3rd in Tyketrial Elite championship

2nd in several Elite club rounds

1st in National Expert class

1st place in many EBTC expert club rounds...

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

From the age of 12, starting competing at 14 and then the Nationals at 15.

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

Taps and rails are some of my specialities but I like to keep things very tech. most of the time.

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

Dangerous, Animal and Lad.

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Emmanuel Ripoche

Trial Runner

Age:

36

Place of Birth:

Saint maur des fossés

Titles:

3rd Course aux Etoiles 2013 LE VIGAN (57 km 2850 d+)

1st endurance trail des templiers 2012 MILLAU (105km 4000 d+)

1st ultra draille du Pic St Loup 2012 (120km 6000 d+)

11 th Trail des aiguilles rouges CHAMONIX (50km 4000 d+)

2nd Course aux Etoiles LE VIGAN (58km 2850 d+)

1st au Challenge Gardois 2012

After 7 years of Karaté I've started trail running in 2007 with a first target to race in Trail des Templiers : 72km 3000D+. I finished 9th and then 15th at the Salomon Challenge. That motivated me to keep on training. Then I had to stop for two years due to a professional move and physical injuries. I've started again in 2011 with a few good results.

Specificities:

I am very patient (which is a must in endurance sports) I’m very rigorous in my training. I am calm, serious and I never give in.

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Roslynn Newman

MTB Road Cyclist, Snowboarder

Age:

30

Place of Birth:

Edinburgh

Titles:

10 under the Ben 2012- Trio Sen Fem - 1st

Tweedale Love 2012- Trio Sen Fem -2nd

Diva Descents Hamsterley Downhill 2012 - 4th

Fort William Endurance Downhill 2012 - 4th

Tour De Ben Nevis 2012 - 9th

Glencoe SDA Red Run 2012 - 1st

Innerleithen Mini Down Hill - 1st

Kinlochleven Enduro Now - 4th

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I come from a family of cyclists, my Dad raced elite on the road in the world champs in Austria and in the Tour of Britain. Some of my earliest memories are going to races and supporting him. I started mountain biking when I was about 14 years old, when the sport itself was still fairly young but became distracted by Snowboarding when I was 18 and this took over my world. I worked seasons, until I was in my mid 20's and then I had a baby. It was when my daughter was still fairly young that I purchased a bike through the cycle to work scheme and my love for the sport was reborn, that and living in a mountain bike mecca, just south of Fort William - it all merged together like peas and carrots. I started racing 3 years ago, my first race was a day night enduro at Innerleithen and since then I have raced in lots of different disciplines and love them all, XC endurance, enduro, road and down hill. I am hoping to do a bit of the blue grass series this year and also the Innerleithen winter league, I am also dying to do some road races too. I love this sport as it keeps me focused and I meet so many new and friendly people. It is hard to be a single working mum and to train and compete, Its a lot to juggle, but I do it all because I love it and to be honest it keeps me firmly in place in life!

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

Riding aggressively and pushing myself.

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

Competitive, focused and sassy

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    MAD Trials Team
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    Maria Wierzbowska
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    Lauren Steadman
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    Ross Campbell
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    Chris Lightburn
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MAD Trials Team

Professional Mountain Bike Stunt/Trials Display Team

From Mumbai to Bahrain, Saudi and Tunisia. Schools events, bike shows, festivals, carnivals, seminars, roadshows and product launches.The M.A.D Team can be spotted Worldwide at some of the finest indoor and outdoor events.

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Maria Wierzbowska

Rowing

Age:

19

Place of Birth:

Krakow, Poland

Titles:

Junior European Championships Silver Medalist

Multiple times national champion

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I’ve begun rowing in 2007 and I’ve started competitive racing in 2011.

I have kept up my Fell and Hill running too, and have won many domestic races, and competed internationally for Scotland (where I now live) in both Cross Country and Mountain Running.

What three words would your friends use to describe you?

Ambitious, Brave & Friendly

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Lauren Steadman

Sport & Discipline: Paratriathlon Female tri 4

Age:

20

Place of Birth:

Peterborough

Titles:

Double Paralympian (Beijing and London) European Champion 2013

British Champion 2013, and ranked 1st in world rankings 2013.

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I started swimming aged 12, learning strokes and techniques, then moved to a small competitive club, got scouted by GBR disability swimming and had my first international in Denmark 2007, then Beijing 6 months later! Competed for 7 seven years in Elite swimming, before embarking on a new challenge of triathlon, where my first year has been exceptional and inspiring to myself!

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

I always kiss my bike after a race!

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

Determined, outgoing and committed.

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Ross Campbell

Scottish National Fell Runner

Age:

19

Place of Birth:

Dundee

Titles:

Scottish Home International Winner U20 (2013)

Scottish University Champion U21 (2013)

Representing the Scottish National Team for the Home Internationals

Picked for both North of Scotland and East of Scotland Running team

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I started running in 2013. I have had great success in 2013 with many wins across Scotland both in U20 and in senior races. I have produced good performances in short, middle and long distances races. My results have been progressively improving throughout the year. With obtaining senior podium finishes in most of the races I enter, I hope to continue this in 2014 across the UK and in Europe where I will be competeting in difficult and challenging mountain races.

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

Known for being consistent and driven throughout training and races

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

Motivated, Focussed, Positive

What are your plans for the rest of the year and next year?

To perform well in the Scottish Championship series and the British title races

To qualify for the u23 GB team

Keep performing well, Training hard and staying focussed. And more importantly, keep loving what I do.​

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Chris Lightburn

Age:

20

Place of Birth:

Lancaster, England

Titles:

Total Warrior 10k Winner 2012

Total Warrior 10 Mile Winner 2012

Total Warrior Men’s Super 10 Winner 2012

Total Warrior Men’s Super 10 Winner 2013

Lakeland Trails (Ullswater) Winner 2013

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I first started running at about the age of 10. To begin with I would run up the hill behind my house. It was only once I started secondary school that I start running competitively in both Athletics (800m,1500m) and Cross Country. I didn’t compete in my first fell race until I was 17 and managed a 7th place finish. I started entering and competing in other fell races after that whilst also playing rugby for my local club. I then heard about Total Warrior off a few of my mates that had entered it and entered it myself and after winning the event in 2012 I have just gone from there. I still compete in the odd fell race now and again but I’ve moved more towards trail races as well as adventure racing.

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

Not giving up.

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

Determined, Athletic, Competitive

What are your plans for the rest of the year and next year?

I plan to enter a few races in preparation for this years Total Warrior as well as competing in the Lakeland Trails Series. I’d also like to have a go at some new events which I’ve never competed in before.

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    Gareth Jones
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    Amy Williams
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    Ben Baker
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    Toby Field
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    Bethan Davies
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Gareth Jones

Road Cyclist

Age:

27

Place of Birth:

Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham

Titles:

JF Fletcher Senior Road Race Champion 2013

Wolverhampton Wheelers Senior Roller Champion 2011

1st Place - Wolverhampton Wheelers Criterium #1

1st Place - Mid-Shropshire Wheelers Elite Criterium #2

1st Place - CC Giro Criterium 2011

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I started riding purely for leisure back in 2007 and didn't really start taking my cycling seriously until 2010. In 2010 I bought myself my first ever road bike and increased the amoutn of miles I travelled each week. 2011 was my first race season and I managed to move from 4th category status to 2nd category status in my first ever race season. 2012 was more about finding out about myself as a road racing cyclist, what my strengths and weaknesses were, testing myself in tougher and longer races and laying the groundwork for 2013. Over the winter of 2012 and into early 2013 I followed a strict training plan, laid down the hard winter miles and most importantly, learnt to love my training! All this hard work paid off and 2013 was a good year for me. I won a handful of races and took some big scalps along the way. I also managed to stay consistent and keep my fitness levels high, which meant I finished in the Top 10 of every race (bar 3) that I competed in during 2013.

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

I am a very attack-minded rider, so I tend to often find myself in a breakaway group during a race. Sometimes the move doesn't stick but sometimes it does! There's no hiding when you're in a breakaway group and you have to put the work in, but the rewards are there if you are willing to dig that little bit deeper than others.

What three words would your friends use to describe you?

Honest, Reliable, Genuine.

What are your plans for the rest of the year and next year?

The rest of 2013 will be spent putting in the training miles, with the intensitry of these training sessions ramping up as we hit 2014. January and February of 2014 will be spent continuing that hard before my 2014 season commences in March. Next year my one major aim is to retain my 1st category licence...and who knows, maybe aim for Elite status! Other than that I intend to compete in the UK Premier Calender Elite road racing series and well as the National Criterium Series. Most importantly however is the need to just carry on enjoying what I'm doing and be thankful that I'm able to compete in such a great sport.

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Amy Williams

Skeleton Bobsleigh

Age:

31

Place of Birth:

Cambridge, UK

Titles:

MBE

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I started in 2002 when I tried it out at the push track whilst studying at the University of Bath, my first major championship and medal was at Lake Placid in 2009.

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

Winning Team GBs first individual Gold medal for 30 years, and the first female individual Gold for 58 years at the Winter Olympics in 2010 in Vancouver

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

Adventurous, Energetic & Creative

What are your plans for the rest of the year and next year?

I’m heading out to Sochi to cover the Winter Olympics for the BBC, I’m also a Team GB Ambassador so I’m looking forward to spending some proper time with the athletes over there and I’ll also be doing some further presenting for Ski Sunday.

I’m part of a team who are looking to break the World record around the World in a RIB boat in 2015, so I guess I will have to start training for that! If I have any spare time I’d love to be involved in rally driving again after a great first experience this year!

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Ben Baker

Freestyle Skiing

Age:

14

Place of Birth:

Greenwich UK

Titles:

1st place Llandudno under 16

2nd place overall Llandudno

3rd place Farmers Jam under 16

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I first started skiing with my family when I was 6 and didn’t take up freestyle till I was 13.I started competing pretty much straight away.

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

I’d like to think im known for my perseverance to learning new tricks and my dedication to the sport.

What three words would your friends use to describe you:

Dedicated, Creative and Committed

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Toby Field

Dare 2b Brand Ambassador

At the age of 31 years old, Toby weighed 133.9kg (21st 1lb 3oz), and was morbidly obese, it was at this point Toby decided to do something about it, he got a bike. By taking up cycling and changing his eating habits, Toby lost half of his body weight and now leads a healthy lifestyle by taking part in bike rides and races.

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Bethan Davies

Dare 2b brand Ambassador

After daily seizures and epilepsy taking over Bethan’slife, she decided life changing brain surgery was the only option to reduce the size of a tumor and regain her active life. The operation has since had a very positive impact on Bethan’s life and she can now do what she loves to do; Cycle. Bethan is now able to combine her love of cycling with charityby taking part in numerous rides such as cycling 300miles from London to Paris in order to raise money and awareness for Epilepsy.

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    Hector Haines
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    Anna Wierzbowska
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    Austrian Luge Team
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Hector Haines

Orienteering and Mountain Runner

Age:

24

Place of Birth:

Ilkley, Yorkshire

Ranking:

Rankings change quite often, but I am consistently in the top five nationally - currently 4th in British Orienteering Ranking List. Fell and Mountain running doesn't have a ranking system, but I am the current Scottish Hill Race Champion (Stuc a' Chroin) and I also won the legendary Jura Fell Race this year too. I came 6th in the Snowdon International Mountain Race and plan to start running some international Skyrace's this next year too - so watch this space!

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I was brought up in the fells of Yorkshire, and ran on the famous Ilkley Moor for much of my childhood (from about the age of 7!). This then led into Orienteering from the age of 11. I became a junior member of the national team a few years later, and have been in the squad ever since! I have competed in 3 Junior World Championships, and so far 3 senior World Championships, as well as numerous World Cups and other international competitions. My best result so far has been 36th in the World Orienteering Championships.

I have kept up my Fell and Hill running too, and have won many domestic races, and competed internationally for Scotland (where I now live) in both Cross Country and Mountain Running.

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

I am probably best known for my endurance. In orienteering I am best known for my hill strength and power (perhaps unsurprisingly) - and my mental tenacity. I never give up and have a pretty good ability to endure pain...

What three words would your friends use to describe you?

Calm, Methodical, Tenacious

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Anna Wierzbowska

Rowing

Age:

23

Place of Birth:

Krakow, Poland

Titles:

Multiple times National Champion

Double World Record owner

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I’ve started casually in 2004 and my competitive career begun in 2007 with the start in Junior National Championships.

Signature move/trick or thing that you are known for:

It’s hard to have one in rowing due to the repetitive motion during the race. But I am definitely known for raising my hand high up after a successful race.

What three words would your friends use to describe you?

Ambitious, Cheerful & Tireless

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Maria Wierzbowska

Rowing

Age:

19

Place of Birth:

Krakow, Poland

Titles:

Junior European Championships Silver Medalist

Multiple times national champion

When did you start your sport, casually and then competitively?

I’ve begun rowing in 2007 and I’ve started competitive racing in 2011.

I have kept up my Fell and Hill running too, and have won many domestic races, and competed internationally for Scotland (where I now live) in both Cross Country and Mountain Running.

What three words would your friends use to describe you?

Ambitious, Brave & Friendly

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Austrian Luge Team

Major Wins Include...

19 olympic medals at 14 olympic games

Overall world cup winner

A multitude of worldcup wins

Medals at world championships and olympic games of the juniors

Austrian Luge Team

Dare 2b are the proud clothing sponsor of The Austrian Luge team, Rodel Austria. For more than 50 years The Rodel Austria team have been one of the most successful sports organisations in Austria with successful wins in the Olympic Games.

Read more about the team here: http://www.rodel-austria.at

Athletes back row from left to right: Manuel Pfister (coach), Tobias Schiegl (coach), Armin Frauscher (national team men), Markus Prock (sports director), René Friedl (head coach), Thorsten Flath (conditioning coach), Reinhard Egger (national team men), David Gleirscher (nation team men) middle row from left to right: Wolfgang Kindl (national team men), Thomas Steu (national team men), Mona Wabnigg (national team women), Miriam Kastlunger (national team women), Birgit Placeer (national team women), Peter Penz (national team men), Daniel Pfister (national team men) front row from left to right: Lorenz Koller (national team men), Kathrin Fuchs (physiotherapist), Georg Fischler (national team men)