JORDAN Wylie MBE has concluded his epic 3000-kilometre Tower Power Challenge dedicated to nine-year-old, Jordan Banks.

The former soldier, now of Channel 4's Hunted, finished the extraordinary eco-triathlon at Blackpool Tower on Friday, May 17 at 6pm.

The challenge commenced at the Leaning Tower of Pisa, with Wylie cycling to the Eiffel Tower, paddling across the English Channel, running to Portsmouth, and abseiling the Spinnaker Tower.

The adventure has involved sustainable modes of transport, including a wooden bike and a recycled plastic kayak.

Upon his arrival at Blackpool Tower, he gave a memorial wall to the local football club in memory of Jordan Banks, who was killed by a lightning strike on a football pitch three years prior.

A subsequent fundraising event will be hosted by Jordan, who lives in Whitchurch, and the Banks family, with funds going to the Army Cadet Charitable Trust.

The journey, crowned the ultimate eco-triathlon, had the Lancashire native challenged with numerous hurdles. These included steep hill climbs that necessitated route alterations, storms, daily wild camping, washing in rivers, and surviving on ration packs.

Despite these, Jordan, proud of surviving on torn knee ligaments, persevered.

Former soldier Jordan became familiar to many through Channel 4's Hunted and Celebrity Hunted, gaining recognition for his volunteering for charity and education.

This commitment led to his award of an MBE, having raised over a million pounds and contributing to the establishment of a school in the Horn of Africa.

To date, he has raised over £12,000, conducted virtual assemblies to more than 10,000 children, and camped consistently for 27 days.