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“What is the matter with people?!” Chris Hall’s supplies stolen as he undertakes mammoth Seven Everests challenge for charity

“What is the matter with people?!” Chris Hall’s supplies stolen as he undertakes mammoth Seven Everests challenge for charity

Chris Hall Everesting (Image credit: Jack Hague @JBHague) Talk about having no luck… Endurance cyclist Chris Hall has suffered an early setback in his epic…

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Chris Hall Everesting (Image credit: Jack Hague @JBHague) Talk about having no luck… Endurance cyclist Chris Hall has suffered an early setback in his epic attempt to complete seven Everestings in seven days, after a box of food and snacks – including all eight of his water bottles – were swiped by thieves three days into the mammoth challenge.

Hall is currently riding up and down the stunning and brutally steep Llyn Stwlan Dam in northern Wales as part of his “Seven Everests” project, in which the glutton for punishment will climb at least 8,848 metres a day for a week (that’s 33 reps and 182km a day on the twisting Welsh climb, which averages a leg-breaking 9.7 percent), totalling 61,936 metres by the end of the challenge.

This latest epic climbing test follows his successful 2020 attempt at trenching , which saw Hall ride 91 times and 450km up and down Box Hill, covering 11,870m of climbing and descending – nearly 1,000m more than the depth of the Mariana Trench.

> Could you Everest every day for a week?

Hall is undertaking his latest epic, which began on Monday, to raise awareness of mental health issues and to raise funds for the Movember charity (link is external) .

However, after brazen thieves nicked Hall’s fuel for the week, his team have issued a call on local cyclists to help out with some much-needed supplies. “We need your help… a huge box full of water bidons, food and snacks Chris has […]

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