Stevenage dad, Kieran Feetham, took on the challenge of a triathlon not once, not twice, but over and over again during the two-day Blenheim Weekend Warrior Triathlon on 11-12 September.

Kieran did the 750m swim in a lake, 20km bike ride and 5km run NINE TIMES - matching the course record - to raise funds for a men’s health champion to help improve men’s health in the community.

37-year-old Kieran, who has two sons, said: “I want to raise money so there is support for new dads as well as all the guys out there that have struggled with their physical and mental health during the lockdowns. It’s very brave for a guy to ask for help, but we have to have the support out there for them when they do. 

“My dad was a European champion triathlete, but even he thinks I am mad to do this event.”

"Once I crossed the finishing line for the 9th time I couldn’t stop smiling. I was so happy to have equalled the course recorded of 9 triathlons for the weekend and I was 15th out of 170."

Kieran has raised over £1,000 which is incredible. If you want to support him on his multi-triathlon challenge, visit: