$25,000 matching challenge
ABOUT THE EVENT
The 2021 Peak to Peaks Challenged raised more than $90,000 for Camp Sunshine! Thank you again to our legendary partners at Texas Roadhouse for matching all contributions up to $25,000!
Participants began at the Peak of Mount Washington in NH at 5:30am and ran 7.6 miles down the Auto Road, then biked nearly 100 miles to East End Beach in Portland, ME before entering the harbor to complete a 2.4-mile swim to Peaks Island!
Press coverage from this year's event:
August 17, 2021: 207 - Peak to Peaks Challenge supports the good work of Camp Sunshine
August 19, 2021: WGME - Navy SEALs run, bike, swim for Camp Sunshine
August 19, 2021: NEWS CENTER Maine: Navy SEALs, veterans, run then bike then swim for Camp Sunshine
August 19, 2021: Portland Press Herald - Navy SEALs run, bike and swim from Mt. Washington to Peaks Island
Retired Navy SEAL Commander, Michael Wisecup started the event back in 2014 and just recently handed the reigns to event veterans SEAL Commander, Adam Shapiro and fellow SEAL, Chris Kelley. From the beginning and still today, the goal was to create challenging physical events for participants to support Camp Sunshine’s mission and the families we serve. Since this event’s inception, Navy SEALs, other servicemen and women, as well as a handful of hearty civilians have been competing in physically daunting tasks to not only raise funds; but awareness for Camp Sunshine. Click here to see the event's history.