An adventure-hungry teenager has designed his own obstacle after he was crowned the winner of a competition run by Aerial Design.
16 year old, Jordan Tull, from Clapham, has been crowned winner of the Aerial Extreme ‘design an obstacle’ competition beating strong competition from across the UK.
The competition run by Aerial Extreme in Milton Keynes, asked budding designers and adventure enthusiasts to put their skills to the test to design a brand new obstacle,to be brought to life and built for use at the high ropes course.
The competition was open to all ages, and at just 16, Jordan’s creation The Ropey Wobbler has now been built at Aerial Extreme, which opened to visitors for the first time this weekend.
And first in the queue at the adrenalin-fueled activity centre was Jordan, who was delighted to have won.
He said: “I’ve been to Aerial Extreme four times now and just love it.
“I am a big fan of outdoor adventure generally and even studied outdoor education at school and so really wanted to enter the competition as soon as I saw it announced.”
Aerial Extreme site managers Kieran White said: “We were thrilled with the quality of entries as they all show a clear passion for outdooradventure but Jordan’s design went that one step further and I can’t wait to try this out for myself.”