WHO WE ARE
Since we started in 2001, we’ve grown to become the UK’s largest provider of therapists for events in the outdoor endurance world. Our very first events were in Scotland, supporting charity fundraising treks and races in the mountains of the Highlands.
Now we work throughout the UK and abroad on a whole range of amazing events and incredible expeditions. We’ve expanded what we do to cover the arts and corporate events so we can work indoors too! We are all athletes in some way and we all benefit from therapy support.
Our operations team has an enormous amount of experience in providing appropriately skilled therapists for any event whether it’s an endurance event raising money for charity or a world record breaking attempt. We are experts in figuring out how many therapists you need for your event and where you’ll need them most. Our therapy teams are highly trained professionals with a love of the outdoors, great energy, enthusiasm, awesome smiles and a love of taking their skills into different and challenging environments.
Caroline joined Athletes’ Angels in 2007 and spent five years managing recruitment and operations for all events, including marathons, expeditions, duathlons and all training courses. She is passionate about providing great opportunities for therapists to work in the event world and helping athletes achieve their goals. Caroline bought the company from founder Fiona Lindsay in 2012, and continues to run Athletes’ Angels today. She enjoys running, cycling, hill walking, camping and other outdoor adventures.
Jenny began work with Athletes’ Angels as a newly qualified physiotherapist in 2010. Over the following years she worked at events across the UK developing her experience before progressing to the role of Operations Manager in 2017. As well as working for Angels in an administrative role, she works as a physiotherapist and sports massage therapist at a busy private clinic in Bristol. Her knowledge of events also comes from personal experience having played badminton to a national level and more recently she started competing in triathlon – she now represents Great Britain as an Age Group Athlete. Well done Jenny![vc_empty_space]