Mr Michael Broadwith, mathematics teacher, Head of Russells House and Old Haberdasher, has set yet another cycling record!

On Thursday 21 October 2021, during the half-term break, Mr Broadwith set off from Edinburgh to London – from one old post office to another. He covered 386 miles in 17-42.47, breaking the previous record set back in 1989 by Pete Wells of 17-48.04.

Along with this record, Mr Broadwith currently holds the Land’s End to John O’Groats cycling record, which he set in June 2018. He won the silver medal in the 24-Hour World Time Trial Championship (WTTC) in Borrego Springs, California in 2019 and he is also three-time National 24-hour time trial champion.

A huge congratulations to Mr Broadwith, who continues to work hard, break records and inspire all in the Habs community! We are extremely proud of you.

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