Meet our 'why'
We believe people are capable of extraordinary things, often bigger than they could ever imagine.
Maxing Out will document how 3 High profile people who have been challenged to take on the ultimate personal and physical challenge of completing their first Iron Distance and the biggest event of its kind in the world – Challenge Roth. They will swim 3.8km, bike 180km and finally run a 42.2km marathon, all within 15 hours on the 1st of July in Roth, Germany.
We will take this enormous challenge and parallel the journey – the pain and questioning self believe with the struggles experienced by families impacted with Autism - showing that when you have a purpose bigger than yourself and you surround yourself with the right people and team you can push yourself further than you think.
Our mission is to show case this journey, through our TV and Web series, to build awareness about Autism Spectrum Disorder and ultimately raise much needed funds and support for families impacted by ASD.
We’re Maxing Out for ASD kids and families around the world.
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Maxing out is a TV and Web documentary that follows well known celebrities on a journey to their first ever Iron Distance Triathlon - Swimming 3.8km, Riding 180km and Running a 42.2km marathon, all within 15 hours on one day in July 2018 . This is a documentary to mirror the struggle of everyday challenges dealing with a child with Autism as we endeavour to raise much needed funds and awareness for Autism Spectrum disorder. 4 ASD KIDS does incredible things in this to help families impacted by Autism and we are putting our athletes through this challenge to be able to help more of these families.
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