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Tom Avery

As one of only 41 people in history to have reached both the North and South Poles on foot, Tom Avery is quickly gaining the reputation as one of the UK’s leading explorers. He achieved this remarkable feat at the tender age of 29, making him the youngest Briton...

Benedict Allen

Benedict Allen, “television’s most fearless man” was the first to bring authentic adventure to television, famously recording his pioneering expeditions without a camera-crew and often in very real and constant danger. Uniquely, Benedict does not use a GPS, satellite phone, maps or compasses and survives alone through applying the...

Ben Ainslie

Sir Ben Ainslie is the most successful Olympic sailor of all time. At his first ever Olympic Games, Ben won an Olympic silver medal, and in the next four Olympic Games, he went on to win consecutive gold medals at the next four Olympic Games, cemented his position as...

Jamling Tenzing Norgay

“I climbed Everest so that my children wouldn’t have to.” Ever since Jamling Tenzing Norgay’s father, Tenzing Norgay, spoke these words to his son, Jamling had been seized by a passion to follow in his father’s historic footsteps — to step onto Mount Everest’s icy skin and learn the...

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