Tri with Access Sport Sports charity Access Sport is on a mission to help the UK get back to physical and mental health and wellbeing this summer. As we emerge from lockdown and witness a summer of elite sport – from UEFA Euro 2020 to the Olympic and Paralympic Games - we want to help get the nation active, including the thousands of disabled and disadvantaged young people who even prior to Covid-19 were denied opportunities in sport. To do this, we are urging everyone – including individuals, families, corporates, community sports clubs and schools to join in and get active this summer by signing up to #TriWithAccessSport. By taking part you will complete a physical challenge and raise funds so that Access Sport can help more disabled young people and those from under-served communities to access the benefits of sport. How do I take part? Everyone can get involved with #TriWithAccessSport – whether you’re part of a company, a group of friends & family, or as an individual. We are also urging community sports clubs and schools to get involved:Teams Individuals Schools & Clubs Get Inspired – Matthew Dawson’s triathlon To lead the way, one of our trustees – Matthew Dawson – is taking part in three phenomenal endurance challenges – the ultimate cycling, swimming and running triathlon.JUNE: Bike from East Coast to West Coast - 335KmAUGUST: Swim across Lake Windemere - 17KmOCTOBER: Run the London Marathon - 26.2Miles Stage one - the 335km bike ride - is complete. We are now urging companies, individuals and groups to participate in their own version of Matthew’s extraordinary Triathlon as he takes on the two remaining challenges: Swimming Lake Windermere in August and running the London Marathon in October.