⛳️ A deliberately intimate event at a beautiful course, starting with a shotgun start and ornamented by a liberal sprinklings of rugby players, commentators and celebrity fans.
Hosted by Kingswood Golf and Country Club, near Tadworth, Surrey. Corporate sponsored Four Balls with all the trimmings for £1,500. Non corporate Four Balls £750.
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🚴 🚴 🚴 🚴 🚴 🚴 Join the ATLAS Peloton in full race livery.
Enjoy VIP enclosure access for the ATLAS pre-race briefing and post race festivities. Plus very welcome private changing facilities at this incredibly busy event.
Run on completely closed roads, experience the pleasure of no traffic, and no worries other than can you make it to the end before the Broom Wagon sweeps you up…
Fastest 25% in each age category qualify for the World Championships.
Individual, group or corporate team places also available. Pay for entry £120 per person, or raise £300 for ATLAS for free entry.
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Park Lane Hilton, London
Join Jason Leonard and fellow Lions
Sir Ian McGeechan
Sir Clive Woodward
Willie John McBride
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A ‘money cannot buy’ experience with the Gurkhas
Our tour leader Major Bill Kelsall has a 38 year career in the Rifles including commanding the Gurkhas for 4 years. The trip involves being treated as a special VIP as part of the Gurkha community. You will become a member of the Austrian Alpine Club providing full helicopter evacuation if necessary and you will have an Everest TIMS passport card which is mandatory for access to the Himalayas as strict annual quotas apply.
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Minimum donation or fundraising pledge £10,000
Jason Leonard and Gavin Hastings teed off a week before the Calcutta Cup, with Gavin winning the honours for Scotland this time out.
ATLAS and US Rugby charities benefited thanks to ATLAS’s Rugby Champion and former US Rugby prop Don James Jr.
Hosted by Las Vegas Country Club a great day was had by all.
If you would like to join us there in 2018 get in contact.
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Jason and six other intrepid explorers faced 🔥fire, 💦 water and ❄️ice in the 2017 Trek around Iceland.
They scaled ice walls, climbed to the rim of an active volcano and dived into the natural pools of Iceland’s remarkable scenery and geology.
They also raised nearly £100,000 which (after costs) allows ATLAS to build a school and sports pitch for kids from the Biafra shanty town in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. This is a partnership project with ATLAS Champion Philippe Sella and his charity Les Enfants de L’Ovale.
📋 For details about next year’s challenge, or the Ivory Coast project please contact us here
Minimum donation or fundraising pledge £10,000
Atlas welcomed over 100 representatives of rugby clubs, the rugby business network and personal fund holders to a reception in the House of Lords. Chairman Jason Leonard was joined by fellow Trustees Lord Addington (hosting), Jeff Probyn and Paul Rendall, and by our Rugby Champion Brian Moore. Jason presented examples of our work with clubs and individuals and how Atlas can help community clubs and the wider rugby family.
Hosted by ATLAS Trustee, Lord Addington.
Launching ATLAS in Ireland, 🏆 Jason Leonard and Irish Rugby superstars Shane Byrne and Peter Clohessy raised the roof with stories of battles won and lost, against each other, and together as Lions. Coming hot on the heels of a massive Munster victory over Leicester in the European Cup there was a proper party atmosphere.
NOW COMPLETED – well done to all the climbers
It was a tough challenge, trekking from the searing heat of the northern edge of the Sahara, to the final ice bound 200m of the highest peak in North Africa. The team raised in excess of £100,000 for ATLAS projects, thank you all.
Archive info: Jason Leonard, rugby legend, World Cup winner and ATLAS Foundation founder and Chairman, will lead a select band of explorers 14,000 feet up Mount Toubkal in the High Atlas Mountains.
⛳️ All back in the club house
✅ If you would like to play in 2017 please contact us here
Archive info: Join us for this private, limited-entry event hosted by Jason Leonard. 18 four balls with all the trimmings.
“The most I’ve laughed for ages. My ribs hurt”
✅ If you would like to register an interest in attending the 2017 dinner please contact us here
Jason was joined by Danny Care and Chris Robshaw to form a Harlequins team that romped past the Saracens team, and the senior squad that including Richard Hill and our own ATLAS Trustee, the Judge, Paul Rendall. Martin Bayfield and Jonny Gould outdid each other in their irreverence to our Champions and the dinner guests. The largest night of our year, and one to remember for a long time.
NOW COMPLETED – a great effort from the fastest who qualified for the World Championships, to the slowest who covered all 80 miles in end.
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“Blue train” videos below
Archive info: From Pack to Peloton, Jason Leonard climbs on a bike for only the second time to ride 80 miles on behalf of ATLAS. Ride with him, or race ahead for a World Amateur series qualifying time.
We are extremely grateful to those who adopt ATLAS and support us in their own way.
The Rugby Innovation Summit 2016 kindly nominated The ATLAS Foundation as its benefitting charity at its Summit at the Twickenham Stoop on 24th and 25th May 2016. It was truly the first event of its kind, designed to bring the very latest research and innovation to reduce injury and optimise performance across every level of the game.