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Throughout June 2019, Robyn Moore will be raising awareness of mental health by hitting a tennis ball 200,000 times. A total of 30 days, 240 hours, 46 venues, 1 shot every 4 seconds. A huge challenge, all in association with Bright Ideas for Tennis. Every day will be a tennis festival, open to all to watch or participate. One in five of all people in the UK have a disability. Of those that have taken up tennis, 80% say that they feel happier, healthier and less isolated.
Breakpoint 2019 aims to raise funds that will allow anyone with a disability the opportunity to play tennis for free.
Breakpoint 2019 website - http://bit.ly/BPoint2019
Breakpoint 2019 Just Giving page - http://bit.ly/BPoint2019donate
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“Sarah is a pleasure to work with, sticks to her brief and puts her subjects at ease, which results in some great action photography. We’d happily recommend her.”
— Laurie Dennard
Delighted to be working with the rugby charity "Wooden Spoon" in their preparation for their bid to break TWO Guinness World Records, playing the highest altitude games of 7s and Mixed Touch rugby ever, at 6,500m on Mount Everest.
The four team captains are - Rugby World Cup winner Tamara Taylor, International Sevens Player of the Year, Ollie Phillips, British and Irish Lion, Lee Mears and Wales’ leading try scorer, Shane Williams.
MANY CONGRATULATIONS ... 2 WORLD RECORDS!!!!!
They have broken the world record for playing a rugby match at the highest height.The 14-minute seven-a-side match was played at 6,331m (20,770ft), near Mount Everest base camp and ended 5-5. Guinness World Records confirmed the record along with the highest touch rugby match which was played at 5,119m (16,794ft).