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endurance sports TV has created a place where athletes and fans of endurance sports can come to watch and follow their passions. There are over 80 Million fans and participants in endurance sports and thanks to the latest technologies we are able to connect to every country in the world and bring the community together.
From documentaries, race coverage and unique programmes we have a full calendar of new programmes coming. With our live coverage of races viewers will be able to follow participants as they strive to attain their best results.
We are not tied to a brand a region or a sport, quite simply we are focused on bringing the best of endurance sports to life to create the home of endurance sports for our community.
Our values are key to our journey, we want our users to be part of what we offer. We want to showcase material that shows what we are all capable of and the positive results that come from sport. Showing how sport brings people, families, rivals and communities together every day. The crowds cheering the competitors, their strength from the support being given, finally the result of completing an endurance race showing what the human form is capable of achieving.
This Way Up
‘This Way Up’ film tells the story of Andy McKenna’s Multiple Sclerosis journey and his discovery of a more holistic path to health. Andy is a mountain bike guide and still runs his Go-Where Scotland business together with his wife Aneela and a team of guides.
MS is an ‘incurable’ degenerative and disabling neurological disease affecting the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves of almost 2.5 million people worldwide. Andy has been living with MS without use of pharmaceutical MS medication for over ten years and has set up an organisation STOKED ON MS (stokedonms.org.uk) as a way of creating dialogue with people about an alternative way of managing the disabling effects of MS. Andy is on a mission to keep on riding bikes and continue living an active (MS drug-free) life. Join Andy on his journey of discovery, trying to beat the disease through diet, rest, exercise and lifestyle changes.
A film by Andy McCandlish and Andy McKenna