Team of 12 attempts to conquer five of the highest peaks in Ireland and Britain in 24 hours.

The group of young corporate and media professionals spent three evenings a week in June 2000 running up and down the slopes around Glendalough, Co. Wicklow. They were training to set a new world record on 4 July, when they would attempt to climb the five highest peaks in Ireland and Britain within 24 hours. The aim of the challenge was to raise £40,000 for Focus Ireland.

Gareth O'Connor meets team leader John Morrison and runners Fidelma Kilbride and Peter Maher to find out about their training regime.

An RTÉ News report from 26 June 2000.