Freddie Wright (m 13), and Jack Galsworthy (e 13) are about to embark on two epic adventures in their continued bid to raise money for the Brain Research Trust, motivated by strong personal connections. This summer the two of them, together with Archie Hamilton (c 13), will cycle the 1,300 miles from Rome to Winchester in their Rome2Home challenge accompanied by their support vehicle, a hearse. Next, in December 2015, Freddie and Jack will row the 3,000 miles from the Canary Isles to Antigua across the Atlantic, through 30 foot waves, strong winds, salt rash, sun burn, sleep deprivation, sharks and blisters as they row a constant shift of two hours on, two hours off for up to 90 days. Their team name is the Atlantic Castaways. The boys are hoping to raise a massive amount of money for the Brain Research Trust and would love your support. For more information visit their website: