Road2Rio Done! Make way for Don’s Highway2Hawaii

I’m Don Hutchinson and I’ve enjoyed the sport of triathlon for over 30 years. The highlight of my triathlon career will be competing in the Ironman World Championships (3.8km sea swim, 180 km bike ride and 42km marathon run) in Kona, Hawaii in October 2017, when I will be 72 years old. I hope to inspire others, young and old, able-bodied or disabled to enjoy and benefit from sport. During the next 12 months I have chosen to raise funds for John’s charity, Power2inspire.

Follow my journey in the press, via new media and here on the Power2inspire website as I plan my training month by month on my Highway2Hawaii. Please support me by visiting my Just Giving Page.


Best regards


Passing on the Baton.

Power2inspire are proud to pass the baton to Don and wish him every success on his Highway2Hawaii challenge. The 2017 challenge follows on from John’s very successful John’sRoad2Rio challenge.

Fond memories of his Road2Rio challenge video below.

Tweets of support

Follow the Stars and Tweet your support for Don’s Highway2Hawaii challenge @Power2InspireUK
Thank you Gwen Jorgensen, Henri Schoeman, Belinda Granger, Adam Bowden and Adam Ocean Walker.

line Mr Cambridge Triathlon. line

Don has represented Great Britain as an age grouper since 1995 – His race venues have included Cancun, Honolulu, Cleveland (Ohio), Edmonton, Vancouver, Perth (Aus), Queenstown (NZ), Lausanne, Geneva, Frankfurt, Alanya (Turkey), Eilat (Israel), and London
His best age group placing has been: 1st in GB, 2nd in Europe, 5th in World.

Don has Coached triathlon for last 11 years: Cambridge Tri Club (seniors and juniors) and Triathlon-in-schools programme for Cambridge Sport Lakes Trust.