Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Lands End to Rest Bay Ride #LE2RB - Meet the Team - Andy Morgan


Andy is on the club committee and is our current club training officer. For the past few years he has been the lead Nipper coach. Having been involved with Rest Bay Lifeguards for a number of years he has represented the club in IRB competition in Germany and is currently training a group of future beach lifeguards who are due to sit their NARS BL awards imminently. 


1) Why did you decide to take part in the Lands End to Rest Bay Ride?
As it's a great cause, a great club and I'm a little bit mad!!

2) How have you prepared for the cycle?
I haven't prepared specifically for this ride, but due to competing in triathlons and cycling events throughout the Spring and the Summer, I've put in a few miles of training.

3) What are you looking forward to most about the cycle?
The fun and banter with some good friends who are also riding, and the finish of course.

4) How long have you been a member of Rest Bay Lifeguard Club?
6 years.

5) Currently living?
Nottage, Porthcawl.

6) Favourite Food?
Pasta

7) Favourite Beach?
Several but includes Rest Bay.

8) Nicknames?
None I'm aware of.

9) Favourite music right now?
Nothing in particular

10) One thing you can't leave home without?
House keys!!

11) Favourite past time?
Training for triathlons and golf.

12) Future plans?
Competing in my first Ironman triathlon, in Lanzarote. May 2014.

Further Info on the Lands End to Rest Bay Ride #LE2RB

Following the theft of the ATV from Rest Bay Lifeguard Club in October 2012 our ability to launch our rescue craft and respond quickly to casualties on the beach were both in jeopardy. Potentially lives were at risk. It also meant that our ability to hold sea based training sessions for our nippers and juniors might not be possible as these sessions needed a safety boat present whilst they took place and without an ATV it was not possible to tow the IRB onto the beach.

Thanks to the support of the community we raised considerable funds towards a replacement vehicle but need to raise more to cover the full costs. To do this a team of our lifeguards will embark on a charity cycle later this month to raise funds towards the cost of the replacement vehicle. Click here to find out more about the #LE2RB ride


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