When 11-year-old Sam heard about the Twickenham100 challenge he immediately started to think of different ways he could incorporate the number 100 into a host of different physical activities and challenges. 

To mark the 100th Army vs Navy Rugby match this April we are challenging our supporters to do anything related to the number 100, a challenge that Sam has grabbed with both hands. 

Sam is really into his sports and loves playing rugby and football. Sports fans might be happy to sit back this February and watch the 6 Nations on TV, but not Sam! 
He realised that the Twickenham100 challenge was a great way of keeping fit for both sports while raising money for the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC). 

As if one challenge wasn't enough, Sam has decided to take on a few! These include...

Running up and down the banks of Southsea beach 100 times

Gearing up for a 100-minute cycle ride around Portsmouth

Boxing gloves on and throwing 100 punches 

Doing 100-seconds on a cycling machine with his Army pals 

And after a tough football training session, eating 100 cakes?


A special thank you to Sam's mum, Dana, for sending in the photos!

Whether its 100 laps of his local park or going for a 100-minute cycle ride, we are supporting Sam as he gives 100% for Twickenham100! 

If you want to show your support for Sam's incredible efforts, you can visit his personal donation page by clicking below

Inspired by Sam? click here to sign-up to Twickenham100