Like it’s not tough enough to walk through a few boggy fields with a 40lb backpack, Balsall Common’s Paddy Doyle took the theme to a dizzying new level by taking on two mammoth back-pack endurance challenges in one day.
On Thursday (13 November) Paddy firstly broke a 10km 40lb backpack challenge record held by Rob Simpson from Leeds, before smashing a recognised Henley-in-Arden marathon record by more than 8 minutes.
Continue reading “15/11/09 – Paddy Doyle completes double 40lb back-pack endurance challenge”
“Balsall Common resident Paddy Doyle recently reclaimed one of his own Guinness World Records with yet another staggering feat of endurance.
Continue reading “11/06/2009 – Paddy Doyle bricks Guiness World Record”
Paddy Doyle has accepted another world record endurance challenge at very short notice. He will be marching an officially recognised cross-country 26 mile endurance course carrying a 40lb backpack in the Henley-in-Arden area.
Continue reading “11/11/08 – Paddy Doyle announces marathon endurance challenge”
A less than fit Paddy Doyle broke the one minute record for the most back of hands push ups in New York on August 16th this summer.
Balsall Common Endurance Athlete Paddy Doyle pushed himself to the limit carrying a number of injuries from previous successful record attempts to break yet another Guinness World Record. The former Paratrooper and current 3rd dan black belt martial arts Instructor broke the record for the most back of hands push ups carrying a 40 lb back pack to usurp his own record of 22, set on the Paul O’Grady show in March this year.
Continue reading “15/09/08 – Injured Paddy Doyle breaks push up world record in New York”
As if his list of world record achievements wasn’t impressive enough already, Balsall Common’s Paddy Doyle put many of his previous achievements in the shade by breaking 14 world records in the space of an hour at the World Record Breakers Cup Challenge in the United States.
Continue reading “01/07/07 – Paddy Doyle smashes 14 world records in one hour”