McIntyre Rob (Great Britain)

McIntyre Rob

McIntyre Rob

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Sergeant Rob McIntryre was a member of the 'Polar Watch' Expedition initiated by the Royal Navy. Together with five other companions, they have made the trek Resolute Bay - Magnetic North Pole, during the spring season 2006.(We have not followed this expedition).

Sgt Rob McIntyre joined the Royal Marines in 1989. Having served most of his time with 40 Commando Royal Marines he has seen operational service all over the World. A competitive sportsman he has represented the Navy at Rugby and Great Britain at Dragon Boating in the 1997 European Championships in Germany.

A qualified Physical Training Instructor he is currently serving at the Commando Training Centre Royal Marines with responsibilities for the training of Physical Training Instructors and implementation of fitness training within the Royal Marines. A qualified sports rehabilitation therapist he has worked with injured trainees rehabilitating them back to full fitness.

In August of 2005 Rob spent time with the GB Rugby League Squad at their Training Camp in Bath organising and leading team working sessions. This was such a success that he has been invited to join them at a Training Camp in Manchester to support them in preparing for the Tri Nations Tournament against New Zealand and Australia.

Rob has organised and lead several expeditions across the globe, including mountaineering and climbing expeditions to the Italian Dolomites, the Red Rocks in Nevada and a twenty strong expedition to climb continental America's highest Mountain, Mt Whitney. As keen skier, he led a cross country skiing expedition to Northern California.

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