Our ambassadors are different, they’re special. They may not be (or may be) podium finishers, but they have unique qualities of thinking big, self-belief, determination, no fuss, stoicism (and are pretty fit too!). They have set themselves incredible challenges and overcome great odds to succeed. They do not seek out the limelight, they are focussed in their approach and go about their business professionally, quietly improving day by day. They are never content, never settle and continually push boundaries. They are great examples to us all and each has their own story. Behold the Supernatural Fuel Legends!!

Jasmin Paris

Jasmin Paris is a mother-of-two, long distance fell runner, small animal vet and research scientist. In 2015, she finished first lady and second overall at the infamous Dragon’s Back race, and the same year she won the British Fellrunning Championship for the first time. In 2016, she gained international recognition by winning the Skyrunning Extreme Series, and the same year she broke records for the three classic UK 24-hour hill challenges. Following the birth of her Daughter in 2017, she returned to racing by winning the British Fellrunning Championship in 2018, and was launched into the media spotlight in January 2019 when she won the 268-mile Montane Spine race outright, breaking the overall record by 12 hours, and beating her nearest rival by 15 hours!! Jasmin takes the demands of motherhood, career and ultra-distance racing in her stride and continues to perform at the highest levels of competition; truly inspirational!

Damian Hall

Damian Hall went from his first half marathon 10 years ago, aged 35, to representing GB five years later and is now a record-breaking ultrarunner and UKA coach. He’s placed on the podium at the Spine Race, Dragon’s Back Race and the most recent UK Ultra Trail Championships. Internationally he’s placed in the top 10 in five Ultra-Trail World Tour races, including 5th at Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc and 2nd at Mozart 100. In the UK he’s set numerous records/Fastest Known Times, including on the Pennine Way, South West Coast Path, South Wales Traverse and Paddy Buckley Round. He’s a parent of two, an occasional journalist, a vegan and his lifestyle is verified carbon negative by Our Carbon. He loves bimbles, lumps and tea.

Sabrina Verjee

Sabrina Verjee was introduced to off road running when she started adventure racing. She has adventure raced all over the world in many different teams of different nationalities. She started ultra-running in 2015 finishing first female in her first ultra the Grand Tour of Skiddaw. Since then she has enjoyed racing and been highly successful in the longer ultras including, The Dragon’s Back and The Spine Race. Last summer she broke her own ladies Pennine Way Fastest Known Time and in May she is attempting to complete the Wainwright’s Round of 214 summits in record time.  When she is not out on the fells, Sabrina is a very busy small animal vet with her own independent veterinary practice in Carnforth.

Galen Reynolds

Galen didn’t like running. After defaulting into running by what kit was at hand and a desire to be in a shape other than round, everything changed after completing his first ultramarathon. He developed a passion that would lead him to take on races that challenged both physically and mentally, like the Tor des Geants and Dragons Back Race. Galen has an eagerness for the long ultras, long days out in the mountains and seeing where the limits are. In 2019 Galen won the Dragon’s Back Race, setting a new record!  He placed 2nd in the Tor des Geants in 2018 and 2019, one of the toughest mountain races in Europe.  After a long day in the mountains, his favourite post-activity event is a pint and a coffee, preferably at a refuge where he doesn’t share any common language – not hard; he only speaks passable English! He’s overwhelmed often by his two young boys and works with his wife in their paediatric therapy clinic.

Harry Birchill

I could ride a bike before I could walk, growing up on Dartmoor and having a Dad really into Mountain Biking has put me where I am today. I competed in my first race at around 7 years old and haven’t stopped racing and enjoying riding bikes since! Now it’s what I do full time being on the Great Britain Cycling Team for Cross Country MTB. Some of my best results are 3x British National champion, bronze medalist at the 2019 European championships and in 2018 I was lucky enough to get selected for GB for the Youth Olympics in Buenos Aries where I won two out of the five events and came home with a bronze medal. I love training and pushing myself mentally and physically so its important I’m always fuelling well and keeping track of what’s going into my body. When I’m not training or racing I’m usually in the sea swimming and surfing or out walking with the dog!