THIS IS THE WAY
OP RONIN II
47 Rōnin: Bushido - The tale of the Forty-Seven Rōnin (or Forty-Seven Samurai, also known as the Akō vendetta) is a prototypical Japanese story. It recounts the most famous case involving the samurai code of honour, bushido, and vividly expresses a significant part of the traditional Japanese worldview.
24-Hour Rope Climb Raises Over £15,000
Ex-Royal Marines Commando, founder of Reorg and friend of ThruDark, Sam Sheriff MBE has raised over £15,000 for his charity by climbing a 20ft rope 480 times in 24 hours.
September 2022 sees the launch of ThruDark’s first range to be made entirely in Great Britain, with a line of leather goods from UK tanneries and craftsmen. Here, we take a look at the process from hide to finished article and pay homage to the skill and dedication of British industry.
BATTLE ON THE BEACH
Chris Billam Smith Successfully Defends His Cruiserweight Titles In A Battle On The Beach
A piercing double chime penetrates the roar of the crowd and the two weary fighters embrace in a sign of mutual respect.
If ThruDark was to organise a festival, it wouldn’t be worlds away from Malle London’s ‘Malle Mile’: speed, adrenaline and the celebration of all things British. The decadent authority of Grimsthorpe Castle, juxtaposed with the ragged carnage of scrambling motorbikes on the lawn below, sets a fitting scene for ThruDark’s latest recon operation.
ThruDark X Julia's House
Santa's Sack: ThruDark X Julia's House
A huge congratulations to Jamie Hicken and Julia’s House who have won our ThruDark Santa’s Sack Competition.
Staz joins SAS: who dares wins as undercover mole 'number 5'
Anthony ‘STAZ’ Stazicker
ThruDark Co-founder, distinguished Special Forces Operator and now joining the SAS: Who Dares Wins cast as 'number 5' the undercover mole for 2021.
HQ UPDATE: PASSION | PURPOSE | PROGRESS
It’s been a hard graft the last 2 and a half years since our launch, we’re proud to say we’re levelling up…
BEYOND POSSIBLE: ONE SOLDIER, FOURTEEN PEAKS
NIMS PURJA: BEYOND POSSIBLE: ONE SOLDIER, FOURTEEN PEAKS.
Nims wasn’t always a climber. He was born at sea-level and not from the traditional Sherpa family.