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Media Release - Inspiring Explorers

03 Feb Media Release – Inspiring Explorers

Media release for immediate use, Thursday 2 February 2017 Inspiring trip of a lifetime for young Kiwi ‘explorers’ Four young New Zealanders are about to embark on a journey others only dream of – to Antarctica. The group has been hand-picked from more than 100 applicants for the Antarctic Heritage Trust’s second Inspiring Explorers’ Expedition and includes some well-known Kiwis. William Pike is a sought-after inspirational speaker who lost his leg during the 2007 Mt Ruapehu eruption. He is now...

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William Outdoors

16 Jun Breaking down barriers through physical challenge

New Zealand is a fantastic venue for physical challenge. There are mountains to climb; rivers, lakes and beaches for water sports, and a vast supply of native bush to explore. And all of these provide great opportunities for extended learning. William Pike is an advocate for learning through challenge. Mr Pike was one of two young climbers caught in a volcanic eruption on the slopes of Mount Ruapehu, on September 25, 2007. He suffered numerous life threatening injuries,...

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04 Apr Stuff.co.nz – William Pike inspires Karaka School students to embrace their adventurous side

A chance to take part in a range of exciting outdoor activities, engaging in community service and personal development is a reality for Karaka School children as they take part in the William Pike Challenge Award (WPCA) this year. William Pike is an outdoor adventure amputee. He was one of two young climbers caught in a volcanic eruption on the slopes of Mount Ruapehu, in 2007. Pike suffered numerous life threatening injuries, and as a result, his right leg was...

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WPCA

09 Mar Waikato Times – Kimihia School students inspired by amputee to take on challenge

Inspiration has hit Huntly's Kimihia Primary School in the form of William Pike, an outdoor adventure amputee. The school was given an opportunity to take part in the William Pike Challenge Award [WPCA] this year. As an optional course for the year 8 students, the group will participate in six outdoor activities, 20 hours of community service and take on a new hobby or sport. Kimihia School is one of almost 60 schools across the country involved and Pike said he was...

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