AGR Run the World... we did it!
In January 2012, AGR set our personnel a challenge to collectively run, walk or hike the circumference of the world in 2012. That’s precisely 24,901.55 miles! By the 31st December 2012, personnel had covered an astounding 32,592.573 miles (54,452.6618 km)! Well done to all personnel who took part!
Donna Taylor and Eilidh Fearn came up with the idea for AGR Run the World...
Why? Together we’re stronger and together, as one team, working together, we achieved this incredible goal and raised money to support the outstanding work that Doctors Without Borders do globally.
Maggie Murison tells of inspiration to get fit!
Thomas Watson embarked on his first-ever marathon last month: The Stanley Marathon in the Falkland Islands - the world's most southerly marathon.
Not just a fun challenge to be a part of, AGR Run the World has proved inspiring to employees...
The AGR sponsored Black Rock ‘5’ race was held in Kinghorn, Scotland on 4th May and 13 AGR employees including CEO, Sverre Skogen participated and finished the legendary race.
The Holmenkollen relay race in Oslo, now in its 82nd year boasted over 2,200 teams, each consisting of 10 – 15 runners and is the largest relay event in the world.
On the 3rd March 2012, Jonathan Bellarby embarked on a gruelling 100 mile race along the River Thames in England, UK.