Piers Stockwell is a natural running expert who shares the Merrell Barefoot ethos, educating people to run the way your body was designed to. Piers started the natural running school to teach people to run more efficiently and to get away from the trend of heavily padded running shoes to reduce injuries from poor running styles.
Lowri Morgan is an adventurer and ultra-endurance marathon runner, having competed in some of the most extreme races in the world. She is one of only six people to ever complete the notoriously difficult 6633 Ultra in the Arctic, a 350 mile non-stop footrace over eight days.
Katie Roby is a recently converted ultra-marathon runner, completing her first event 18 months ago and is now officially hooked. Inspired by a move to South Wales and some gentle nudging from her fell running club she has found something that seems very natural to her, already winning a number of the Welsh ultra races, and she is keen to test her self further, in longer multi day adventures later this year.
Monty Halls embodies the Merrell mission to increase participation in the outdoors, with his passion for getting outside, discovering more about the natural world and enthusing others to join him. A former Royal Marines officer, Monty left to pursue a career in leading expeditions, circumnavigating the globe four times on various projects, leading multi-national teams in some of the most demanding environments on earth.
Pushing himself to the limits, staying active and sharing his passion with others, Dr Andrew Murray symbolises everything a Merrell pack leader should. Andrew has won endurance races in some of the most spectacular and hostile locations imaginable, including the North Pole, the Jungle and the Himalayas, as well as completing a 2,659 mile run from north Scotland to the Sahara Desert.