Oakley enter charity triathlon for the first time
On Saturday 16th September at Dorney Lake, over 550 triathletes battled it out over six different races at the Impetus-PEF Private Equity Triathlon, raising vital funds to support the charity’s work in transforming the lives of disadvantaged young people in the UK.
Oakley entered a team for the first time with three competitors in the individual sprint race and one relay team, in which each of the team members take on a discipline each. It was a fantastic day for the Oakley team, achieving some impressive results including 4th in the Relay and an 8th overall position and 4th female in the individual race.
More information on Impetus – The Private Equity Foundation (Impetus-PEF)
Impetus-PEF transforms the lives of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds by ensuring they get the support they need to succeed in education, in work, in life. It finds, invests in and builds the best charities in the country working with these young people, helping them to have a bigger impact and on more young lives. This is done by providing them with a unique package of funding, management and pro bono support. This, and our work to influence the policy and resource decisions that impact young people’s lives, enables us to make a real contribution to closing the education and employment gaps between young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and their peers.
More information please visit: www.impetus-pef.org.uk