Port fitness fanatics take up WildEndurance challenge

TREKKERS: James Bradley and Jeff Dellow prepare for their endurance walk. Picture: Stephen Wark
TREKKERS: James Bradley and Jeff Dellow prepare for their endurance walk. Picture: Stephen Wark

A PAIR of Port fitness fanatics are taking on the WildEndurance challenge - walking 100 kilometres to raise money for The Wilderness Society.

James Bradley, from Corlette, and Nelson Bay's Jeff Dellow will team up with Scott Ginnane from Sydney to tackle the gruelling Blue Mountains trek.

For Bradley, failing to complete the 100km event last year provided him the incentive to return.

"I was pretty disappointed I could only complete half the course last year but I am determined to go all the way this time round," the 39-year-old father-of-two said.

"It has become a personal challenge for me, in addition to raising money for a most worthwhile cause."

The Port pair have been regularly traversing Tomaree headland and walking the streets and foreshore of the bay.

Now in its eighth year, WildEndurance will be held on May 2-3. Funds will help track and save koalas in the Blue Mountains.

To support the trio, known as Super Mega Eagle Force, click here.

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