Britain’s Fittest Farmer choose and farming health guru Tom Kemp has accomplished a gruelling 20-hour rope climb to lift funds for the Farming Group Community (FCN).
Finishing the problem from his household’s farm in Essex, Tom scaled a 10m rope suspended from a telehandler a complete of 693 occasions over a 20-hour interval, which equates to a peak of 4,100m.
Whereas he fell in need of Everest’s 8,849m peak, Tom’s climb was the equal to 5 occasions the peak of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the world’s tallest constructing.
Tom mentioned: “I’m extremely humbled and grateful for the chance to have taken on this monumental rope-climbing problem in assist of FCN.
“The bodily and psychological calls for had been immense, however the unwavering assist I acquired from the farming neighborhood and past stored me going.
“It serves as an emblem of the resilience and dedication that farmers embody on a regular basis.”
Tom’s fundraiser has to this point collected greater than £1,300. To make additional donations, go to Fundraiser by Tom Kemp: 4100m Rope Climb (gofundme.com)
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