Professor Greg Whyte OBE joins 9BAR!

Director of Performance, The Centre for Health & Human Performance We are super excited to announce that Professor Greg Whyte OBE is our fab new 9BAR ambassador. Greg is a physical activity expert, world renowned sports scientist and former Modern Pentathlete so were pretty certain he is going to fit in just perfectly! Greg competed

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Shelli Gordon

Shelli started running with her step dad when she was 11 after coming third from last in the school cross-country! At 13, she entered a 25-mile off road race finishing 3rd ‘lady’ and that was her big ‘eureka’ moment. Shelli was hooked and since then she’s completed numerous events combined with her other passion of

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Two Time Olympic Gold Medallist and MBE. Ed Clancy

Ed is a huge fan of 9BAR and we are proud to energise Ed in both his track and road cycling careers. Ed is a two-time Olympic Gold medallist, an Olympic Bronze medallist and a five-time World Champion. That’s quite an achievement! Ed discovered 9BARS when his nutritionist recommended them to him a few years

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Heather Martin-Dye

After joining a local gym at university, Heather ran her first Race for Life 5k in 2002. After her first marathon, it took her over a year to try another, but she started running them in quick succession until she was running them every week from 2009, winning several marathons and ultra marathons. As a

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Sarah Davies

After the birth of her second child, Sarah realised how much weight she had put on. Then she saw an advert for a charity bike ride in Cuba. A bit more glamorous in other words than slogging up the A1 in the freezing drizzle! Suitably seduced, she started riding an old mountain bike, joined a

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Dani Christmas

A successful international athletics career saw Dani represent England and Great Britain over distances of 800m, 1500m and mile in both cross country and road races. She’s now applying her considerable athletic talents, passion and dedication to greater and greater achievements in the world of cycling. Off the bike Dani has helped establish Horley Harriers

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Rob Jude

Rob was overweight and unhappy, so started running. He got interested in triathlons through social media. It seemed a perfect way to keep fit but was a challenge he thought he’d never be capable of. How wrong he was! His aim was merely to complete a sprint tri in his first year, but he actually

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Ali Robinson

After completing his Masters in Engineering, Alistair began ‘engineering’ a full time career in cycling! He added running and swimming in 2012 to help him recover from a number of serious bike crashes (ouch!) Racing a few triathlons seemed the natural next step with Alistair deciding to pursue the middle and long distance version of

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Shaun O’Keefe

After a career in the Royal Navy, Shaun took up triathlon in 2007 and has so far competed in 14 Ironman races all over the world, numerous marathons and Ultraman races. Shaun will be competing in the Ironman world championships in Hawaii!

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Nikki Bartlett

At school Nikki’s particular focus was athletics, gaining county and national representation. In 2005, at university, she got into rowing. Within a year she had represented Great Britain at the European University Championships. In 2008, Nikki went to the Girls 4 Gold testing, where she achieved one of the highest ranked testing results in the

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Victoria Mousley

Victoria started running ultras in March 2011. Her first long distance ultra-run was the Wye Valley 50-mile race where she was accompanied by her best friend who encouraged her to have a try at an ultra-distance race for her 30th birthday!   Victoria loved her first event so much she then did a further seven events

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Richard Kell

Having always described himself as an armchair sports fan, at home on the sofa with a cold beer, Richard’s view rapidly changed in 2009 on holiday in Turkey. There he met a British serviceman who had lost a leg in Afghanistan. This inspired Richard to embark on an incredible journey to become an ultra-marathon runner.

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Helen James

After doing the Race for Life Helen was encouraged by a friend to do a 10km. She started running marathons in 2007 and a few years later did a 30 mile ultra. She then did the Swiss Alpine marathon which she enjoyed so much when she got to the finish she wanted to turn around

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Charlie Sharpe

A sense of adventure and the thrill of a personal challenge are behind Charlie’s love for ultra-running. Charlie’s first training run lasted about 400m but through hard training Charlie’s longest run to date has been 600 times further at 240km! Charlie runs his own coaching business, he helps runners who want to hit new personal

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Debbie Beadle

Debbie came into rowing late after competing in netball and triathlon. She threw herself in head first by deciding to row the Atlantic. No half measures for this girl! She covered 3000 miles with a team of five, ‘smashed it’ and gained two world records, all to raise awareness of the issue of child trafficking

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GB Women’s White Water Rafting Team

From triathletes to kayakers the female White Water Rafting team have come together from different backgrounds to form a team that is now a force to be reckoned with. Racing together since 2004 the team is made up of 8 women split into two teams of four and are currently ranked 4th in the world!

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Ian Marsden

Ian has already won seven medals competing for Great Britain in four different sporting disciplines. Ian has now set himself a new challenge, of winning his eight medal for Great Britain as a Para canoer. Ian started out as able body powerlifter but due to a spinal injury he became wheelchair bound. Ian then moved

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Claire Hamilton

Claire originally started her sporting career as a curler within the Scottish and Great British curling team. She represented Great Britain at the 2014 Olympic Winter games in Sochi claiming the bronze medal as part of the women’s curling team. She also took gold at the 2013 World Championships representing Scotland. After her amazing curling

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Amanda Byram!

We have teamed up with TV personality and Total Wipeout presenter Amanda Byram, who became an ambassador for the brand late 2014. A huge 9BAR fan, Amanda is known for her healthy, active lifestyle. She promotes her aspiration to be fit rather than just thin, making her a nationwide role model. A big fan of

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Mike Moore

Mike started mountain biking at the age of 15, he lived with his family in the countryside and unable to drive he would use his bike to make trips round to his friend’s house, sometimes this could be a 30 mile round trip. Whilst at University and working in a bike shop Mike was encouraged

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