Karl created The 100 Peaks Challenge, a tribute to his brother (KIA in June 2011).
The team began the Challenge on 23rd May 2017 finishing on the summit of Pen Y Fan on the anniversary of his death. The 25 Day duration was the length of his brothers' last tour of duty.
Karl suggests the thing he's most proud of as a Champion is the amount of people that decided to make a change in themselves as a result of what they were aiming to achieve with the Challenge. So many people began their own personal journeys, using The 100 Peaks as a catalyst, something he's keen to grow as a legacy of the Challenge.