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Eden Scott is very proud to be backing Steve Turnbull in his journey to the magnetic North Pole as part of the Arctic Challenge 2015, to support the charity Wooden Spoon. Here Steve shares his experiences on...
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As I sit down to write this blog, I’ve come to the realisation that in a mere 91 days we will be officially embarking on our journey to the North Pole. Starting off with a seven day training camp in Resolute Bay, the most northerly inhabited area of the world, before leaving for our 100 mile trek to the Pole, my journey is starting to become very real now.
Eden Scott is very proud to be backing Steve Turnbull in his journey to the magnetic North Pole as part of the Arctic Challenge 2015 to support the charity Wooden Spoon.
Steve played for Edinburgh Rugby from 2007 to 2013, and upon retiring became General Manager of Everything4Rugby, which aims to provide and gather support for grassroots and club rugby throughout the UK and Ireland. Having been a passionate supporter and participant in rugby all his life, he truly believes in the transformational power of the sport, and in particular the values that are celebrated in rugby – the exact same beliefs held by Wooden Spoon, the charity that he supports by taking part in the expedition.
Over the course of Steve’s preparation and expedition, we will be following his progress and highlighting this great cause, with his first blog post kicking us off here.
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