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Early setbacks no barrier to progression for inspirational Welsh Guardsman

Early setbacks no barrier to progression for inspirational Welsh Guardsman

Published: 12 Feb 2024

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Exercise Mudmaster driving and navigation excellence

Exercise MUDMASTER is a no-nonsense cross-country safe and skilled driving and navigation competition held by 154 (Scottish) Regiment Royal Logistic Corps in collaboration with the British Army Motorsports Association (BAMA) and the Scottish Land Rover Owners Club (SLROC).

Published: 13 Jan 2024

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British Army's 'Polar Preet' becomes the fastest woman to the South Pole

British Army medical officer Captain Preet Chandi has set a new women’s Antarctic Speed World Record.

Published: 10 Jan 2024

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Yukon 1000: The toughest challenge of my military career

An infantry officer with over 20 years military service has completed the toughest challenge of his career, the world’s longest paddle race, the Yukon 1000.

Published: 25 Nov 2023

Five Army team cyclists in single file along a road with a grassed area and green bushes in the background. The team is wearing cycling shorts with a Union Jack flag on each leg, red tops with blue arms and a red cycling helmet. Sport

British Army cyclists dominate road cycling championships

It was a strong finish to the end of the season for the Army at the Inter-Services Road Race Championships, as they took both the men’s and women’s team road cycling standings.

Published: 18 Nov 2023

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British Army supporting Olympic dreams of modern pentathletes

Two talented modern pentathletes aiming for Olympic glory are among those the Army pays to pursue a full-time sporting career.

Published: 01 Nov 2023

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Soldiers battle high swells and shipping to swim across the English Channel

A team made up of regular and reserve soldiers have successfully swum the English Channel – navigating their course through the world’s busiest shipping lanes.

Published: 25 Oct 2023

A Gurkha soldier in a white vest top and army trousers leads a group of the Harlequins players on a march up a hilled landscape. Training

Gurkha Rifles train the Harlequins for their upcoming rugby battles

The Harlequin FC squad have been put through their paces by the British Army’s Gurkha’s, in preparation for the battles of the new Gallagher Premiership season.

Published: 15 Oct 2023

The Army Team of four tand on their boat with mountains and low cloud behind them in Kauai, known as the ‘Garden Isle’ of Hawaii at the end of their 35 day, 2800 row across the Pacific. Two of the team are wearing shorts and dark blue tops. Two of the team are shirtless. They have arms aloft with an orange flare lighting up the crew and boat in the dimming light. What We Do

Army officers battle fierce storms to complete world’s toughest row across the Pacific

Intrepid ocean rowers from The Royal Yorkshire Regiment have overcome fierce storms and 40ft waves to complete an epic 2800-mile row across the Pacific Ocean.

Published: 30 Sep 2023

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Breaking the stigma of fitness during pregnancy

Armed Forces personnel and civil servants recently took part in the Defence Perinatal Festival of Sport, a physical training day where all the participants were either pregnant or had been pregnant in the past two years.

Published: 26 Sep 2023