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Working together, overcoming obstacles as a team and celebrating unique bonds. In our Be Inspired section, we bring you inspiring stories about father and sons, mentors and mentees and lifelong friends who support and bring the very best out of each other, whether that’s at work or through the things and interests they share.

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KEVIN & MATTHEW GASKELL

Kevin Gaskell, a 60-year-old businessman and adventurer, and his 30-year-old son Matthew, recently broke the world record as part of the fastest 5-man team to row across the Atlantic. The pair have been adventuring together since their first trip to the South Pole when Matt was just 17 - and they have no intention of stopping any time soon.

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MATTHEW & KEVIN GASKELL

Kevin Gaskell, a 60-year-old businessman and adventurer, and his 30-year-old son Matthew, recently broke the world record as part of the fastest 5-man team to row across the Atlantic. The pair have been adventuring together since their first trip to the South Pole when Matt was just 17 - and they have no intention of stopping any time soon.

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LUKE & PETER

When 47-year-old Luke Richards, from Melbourne, started wild swimming, he discovered a metaphor for recovery. After years of addiction, pain and attempted suicide, the ocean offered connection, wonder and more life than he imagined possible - including a friend, Peter, who’s own life he would go on to save.

TOMMY & EOIN

When Tommy Hughes ran a marathon in the 1992 Olympics at the age of 32, he thought he had reached the pinnacle of his athletic career. But it wasn’t until he broke the father-son marathon world record with his son, Eoin, that he discovered the joy of being part of a team.

TOMMY & EOIN

When Tommy Hughes ran a marathon in the 1992 Olympics at the age of 32, he thought he had reached the pinnacle of his athletic career. But it wasn’t until he broke the father-son marathon world record with his son, Eoin, that he discovered the joy of being part of a team.

LUKE & PETER

When 47-year-old Luke Richards, from Melbourne, started wild swimming, he discovered a metaphor for recovery. After years of addiction, pain and attempted suicide, the ocean offered connection, wonder and more life than he imagined possible - including a friend, Peter, who’s own life he would go on to save.

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