Alistair and Jonny Brownlee join Quest, the world’s biggest adventure race movement.

March 16th, 2017

Alistair and Jonny Brownlee join Quest, the world’s biggest adventure race movement.

Leading Irish Sports Management Company announce that multiple Olympic medallists Alistair and Jonny Brownlee are joining the Quest Adventure Series Team.

Quest Adventure Series provides thousands of participants the opportunity to run, kayak and cycle in the most epic and demanding landscapes across the globe. Alistair and Jonny live this life every day; training, running, swimming and cycling in adventurous environments and racing around the world. With the Quest team, they want to make this experience, this way of life, available to everyone.

This hugely popular one day adventure race concept, started in 2012 with 500 participants braving the elements in the rugged Irish landscape and has now grown to 10,000 participants, with 7 planned races across Ireland, England, Wales and Scotland; making it the biggest multi adventure sport event of its kind in the world.

Founder Oliver Kirwan of Elite Event Management said, ‘We’re buzzing to have found our newest Questfinders Jonny and Alistair. They share our ambitions and adventure is a way of life for them, just like us.  I am delighted to welcome these two like-minded people to the Questfinders team and together we will develop the most demanding routes and adventures for our racers. This is a proven mass participation event which is set to grow globally in the coming years. It is great to see this new innovative concept partnering with the best endurance athletes in the world’

Two-time Olympic gold medallist Alistair Brownlee said, ‘Away from the Olympics and ITU competition, Jonny and I live, train and love life in the Yorkshire Dales. Cycling and trail running in amazing surroundings that we’re proud to call home. We’re absolutely delighted to work with the Quest Adventure Series in bringing the world’s best one day adventure races to the UK, starting with Betws-y-Coed Wales. Jonny and I are looking forward to taking part in a Quest adventure race very soon’

As part of team, they will be racing at Quest and will be part of the Questfinders team developing new routes and epic adventures.

Quest is much more than a race, it’s a movement of like-minded people who love to take on a challenge, and it always ends up in an amazing after-race experience in iconic destinations worldwide.

Learn more at http://www.questadventureseries.com/

For further information about the Quest Adventure Series, please contact Emma Gill at Elite Event Management.

E: emma@eliteevents.ie
T: +353 874438465

Editor’s Notes

About the Quest Adventure Series and Elite Management: The Quest Adventure Series is owned by Elite Management – who for over 5 years have created, managed and delivered large scale adventure and cycling mass participation events nationally and internationally. They are the first Irish company to bring a uniquely Irish event concept to an international audience.

Over 10,000 adventurers will take part in events across Ireland and the UK in 2017 with further expansion planned into mainland Europe and the US in 2018. The Quest Adventure Series is the most epic and demanding one day adventure race for all those who seek the perfect combination of hard work and exhilarating fun. Racers enjoy a personal challenge and step out of their comfort zone by running, cycling and kayaking in the worlds most breath-taking and unique locations that Mother Nature has to offer.

Quest Adventure Series 2017 events:

Quest Wales Betws-y-Coed – May 6th
Quest Scotland Loch Ness – June 10th
Quest Killarney 18th March & 7th October
Quest Glendalough 8th April
Quest Achill 9th September

Elite Sports Management

Contact Info

Emma Gill
00353879877880
emma@eliteevents.ie
www.eliteevents.ie

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