Supporting your Adventures
Dr Patrick Musto
Jonny comes from a travel and hospitality General and Area management background and has had the benefit of working for some of the leading travel brands in Europe over a 10 year period. Looking for something different Jonny embarked on a career within healthcare and has since qualified as a Paramedic, gained a Bsc Hons in Critical care and PGD in Physicians Assistant Anaesthesia where he continues to practise.
Jonny is a keen ultra marathon runner, triathlete and open water swimmer. He is also a Race Director at the Brecon Beacons Ultra and White Bear Triathlon. His greatest achievement thus far was finishing the 6633 350 mile Arctic Ultra in Canada in 2015, but has plans to push himself even further in 2017 at the Deadwater Ultra, The Celtman Tri and swimming the English channel.
Understanding what athletes put themselves through in training as well as on the race day(s) is an attribute Jonny holds dear. A philosophy that Jonny has always maintained throughout his experience providing medical services to races both in the UK and worldwide.
Dr Patrick Musto is an Anaesthetic Consultant at the University Hospitals of Leicester with interests in peri-operative medicine, Cardio-Pulmonary Exercise Testing for high risk patients having major surgery and for athletes interested in optimising performance. Born in Zimbabwe and educated in Cape Town, he now has been a Consultant for 23 years in Leicester. Patrick is also an avid pilot in aircraft and gliders. He is an EASA Flight Instructor (sailplanes) and a tow pilot for the Gliding Centre. In his free time he also manufactures and operates the multi-rotor drones used by the TrailMed and SkyTrails for aerial videography and search and rescue. Currently he is working in conjunction with the University of Leicester to develop delivery of life-saving devices by UAVs. Patrick is TrailMed's Medical Director .
Chris Lanyon graduated from University of Plymouth in 1999 having read Ocean Science with Marine Biology. Since then he is rarely to be found far away from water. Witnessing a serious car accident in South Africa prompted him to join the ambulance service in 2001, qualifying as a paramedic in 2004 and remaining full time frontline until late 2015. Chris will be using his experiences as a paramedic and manager to look after Operations for the company. He's a fairly accomplished adventure traveller with expeditions in Africa, Asia, Central America and Europe under his belt. He plays harmonica loudly in a blues rock band, and lives in Cambridgeshire with his partner Sarah and their family.