JERRY’S INSULIN CHALLENGE

JERRY’S INSULIN CHALLENGE (JIC) is all about organising physical challenges to raise money to support young people with T1 Diabetes in emerging countries.

The JIC’s started as a series of World Class mountaineering challenges:

2009-11

The Ecrins XS Challenge

€6,000

The 4 hardest alpine rock walls, Southern French Alps. Monies raised: €6,000.

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2012

The Northern Alps’ 3 hardest walls

€11,000

The Northern Alps’ 3 hardest walls – Divine Providence, N. Face of Eiger, and S. Face of Marmolada. Monies raised: €11,000

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2013

Wall of Paine, Patagonia, Chile

€16,000

Wall of Paine; FA South Tower, Patagonia, Chile - the largest unclimbed wall in South America. Monies raised: €16,000

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2014

The Mt Blanc Challenge

€27,500

To take young diabetics and non-diabetics up the highest mountain in Europe. Raised €27,500

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2015

The Eiger North Face Speed Ascent

€21,000

The Eiger North Face Speed Ascent: The (unofficial) UK Speed Record - 7.56hrs with Calum Musket achieved on April 22, 2015. Raised €21,000 to date!

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2016

What lies in store for 2016?

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What will be the next insulin challenge?

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THE FUTURE OF JIC’s

Jerry is currently working on a programme whereby anyone, can organise an outdoor physical challenge at whatever level to raise money for Action4Diabetics.org

Jerry has invited a team of professional experts who cover all major outdoor activities including rock climbing, mountaineering and expeditions, kayaking, mountain biking, ultra-running, long distance walking, road cycling, X-C skiing, off-piste skiing, and snowboarding. If YOU are interested in participating or organising your own JIC please email Jerry at: jerry@action4diabetics.org

Get out, get active and make a difference!
Jerry Gore
Co-Founder
Action4Diabetics.org

 
 
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