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Felicity Aston MBE

Felicity Aston MBE is a climate scientist, polar explorer, expedition leader and record-breaker. She is both the only woman in the world to have skied across Antarctica alone and the first person in the world to have traversed the continent purely by muscle power. During more than twenty years...

Paula Reid

Paula Reid is an acclaimed adventurer and the world’s first Adventure Psychologist. She is the 3rd British female to ski full distance to the South Pole on the Messner Route, is a round-the-world yachtswoman, has walked across three countries and cycled across 12. She believes in living life to...

Dr. Richard Harris

Dr Richard “Harry” Harris has worked in anaesthesia, diving, wilderness and aeromedical medicine around the world. His passion for cave diving goes back to the 1980’s and has taken him to the corners of the globe in search of new adventures. Harry and his colleagues have explored caves to...

Raj Joshi

Raj Joshi is an expedition leader, doctor and elite warrior. Uniquely experienced in leadership, survival and endurance across desert, jungle, polar and mountainous terrain, both in peacetime and in war, he has summited the highest mountain on every continent, led David Beckham through the Amazon rainforest, helped Cheryl Cole...

Ada Tsang

In May 2021, Ada Tsang, 44 became the fastest woman to climb up Mount Everest with a time of 25 hours 50 minutes, beating the previous record of 39 hours 6 minutes by more than 12 hours. Climbers usually will spend several days in different camps before reaching the...

Grant Rawlinson

Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson is the Human Powered Explorer. Born with an intense natural curiosity, for 20 years he has been achieving powerful goals in the world of business and exploration. With a unique blend of both corporate and extreme exploration as a background, Grant has challenged himself from the...

John Peters

John Peters came to the world’s attention in January 1991, when his bruised and battered face flashed onto television screens around the world. It was his disfigured image that became a potent symbol of Saddam Hussein’s ruthless aggression. His dramatic and sometimes harrowing experiences reach deep into our innermost...

Rob Lilwall

Rob started his career as a geography high-school teacher in England. But after his transformational expeditions, he is now a sought-after keynote speaker with two books and two National Geographic TV shows. His first big expedition, Cycling Home From Siberia, was a three-year, 50,000 km bicycle ride from the...

Ben Saunders

The challenges of leading, performing, and executing at the highest level, and often in complete isolation, are familiar terrain to Ben Saunders. Navigating and overcoming self-doubt, loneliness, uncertainty, and adversity in pursuit of a goal is what makes Saunders a record-breaking polar explorer, and a speaker whose story resonates...

Khoo Swee Chiow

Khoo Swee Chiow climbed Mt Everest in 1998. In 1999, he skied to the South Pole, covering a distance of 1,125km in 57 days. In 2000, he completed the Seven Summits and became the 1st South East Asian to achieve this feat. The Seven Summits are the highest mountains...

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