Ice Performance - Jigsaw Solutions - Paul White

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This is the area of Paul’s adventure life that he gets the most fulfillment from. It is his backyard in which his natural instinct for the right decision making process allows him to work at the cutting edge of operational mass participation and endurance sports. Paul always reflects on his time at the pioneering ends of sports like triathlon and national rally championships. With very little in the way of resources Paul had to compete with the major teams to deliver a result out of context with the teams capabilities.

Competing as an adventure tourist has also enabled Paul to get into the minds of the competitor, so that his events are hard but realistic and he is not driven by ego or an insane determination to crucify athletes in their aim to finish. This was clear when the World Adventure Championships were held in Scotland 2007.

Paul was at the event supporting Richard and Elina Ussher from New Zealand and also analyzing the potential of the sport before he took up his role as operations director of the Mark Webber Pure Tasmania Challenge. Paul established that a backup route or plan B was a crucial requirement for an event that was expected to deliver in hostile environments with extreme climate conditions. It allowed for pre-planned course switches live, which maintained the real leader board and ensured a safer environment for the competitors and the event. Scotland did not have this in place and it had a major impact on the event and the finishing order.

Safety is Paul’s major focus, probably due to working in such a compliant and rigid environment as Financial Services, he has become accustomed to the need and the delivery of policy and safety. His operational work on the Blue Mile was completed with attention to detail for Conrad Humphreys and WWF. In 2011 while other mass swimming events held the same weekend were making the National Press for all the wrong reasons the WWF Blue Mile at Stoke Newington went off with no issues. The event manual was over 127 pages and left no stone unturned.

Adventure Journey
ASPIRE 360 Round Britain Sailing Challenge

Eroica Britannia 2015

Three Peaks 24 Hour Challenge (Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike, Snowdon)
BCS United Learning ICE Adventure Challenge 2013

Race2Recovery Dakar Team
Arctic Jubilee Expedition

Tuareg Rallye: Personal Challenge - Navigator on Desert Rally
WWF Ecover Blue Mile: Operations Director

WWF Blue Mile: Co-founder of Blue Mile with Conrad Humphreys
Engadin Skimarathon: Personal Challenge

Nokia Nordic Adventure Challenge: Operations for Nokia on new adventure concept

John O Groat’s to Land's End Cycle: : Personal Challenge
Mark Webber Pure Tasmania Challenge 2008: Operations Director

Mark Webber Pure Tasmania Challenge: Operations
Devises to Westminster Kayak Race: Personal Challenge

Mark Webber Pure Tasmania Challenge: Talented Athlete Engagement

Driver Management Chris Cooke Racing at Donington

Queensgate First Four Man Team to row the Atlantic Row

World Cup Rally 2003: Navigator for Sophie Robinson
Great North Run: Ran the Run as a Personal Challenge

Working with Bernie Shrosbree
Oxygen Tents, Hydration Drinks, Motorsport Experience, Carbon Racing Bikes

World Cup Rally 2001 - Team Eco flow: Navigator for Lee Broderick

British Rally Championship - Andy Burnell Rally Team

British Rally Championship - Mike White Rally Team

British Rally Championship - Mike White Rally Team

The first Triathlon Pro Wetsuit Designed, Launched as the First of its Kind in the World of Triathlon
Bill Rodgers Etonic Triathlon Team: First Commercially sponsored Triathlon Team.
British Long Course Championships

London to Paris Triathlon
Dartmoor 100; Personal Challenge to run a 100 miles across Dartmoor

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