In 1998 Ben Lecomte became the first man to swim 3,716 miles across the Atlantic Ocean from Massachusetts, USA to Brittany, France. Two decades later, Ben is now attempting to swim 5,500 miles across the Pacific Ocean from Japan to California.
Braam Malherbe is an international motivational speaker, adventurer, conservationist, author and philanthropist. Braam shares what it was like running the entire length of the Great Wall of China, his South Pole expedition and his upcoming row across the Southern Atlantic Ocean, from Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro.
Martin Strel is a Slovenian long-distance swimmer, best known for swimming the entire length of various rivers. Martin talks about conquering the longest and most dangerous river on Earth – the Amazon River (5,268km, 66 days).
Stuart Walter is a Professional Clinical Hypnotherapist and NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) practitioner specialising in elite performance. Regarded as Australia’s No 1 for sports hypnotherapy, Stuart’s clients include Olympians, Professional Sports People, National, Commonwealth and World Champions.
Grahak Cunningham was the winner of the 3,100 mile Self-Transcendence race in 2012. Runners have 52 days to complete the distance. To achieve this, the minimum distance to run each day (between the hours of 6am and midnight) is just under 100km.
Tim Jarvis is an environmental scientist, author, adventurer, public speaker, Australian Adventurer of the Year (2012) and a Member of the Order of Australia. In this interview, Tim talks about leading the first authentic retracing, of polar explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton’s “greatest survival journey of all time”.
Karel Sabbe is a Belgian dentist who recently ran the fastest known time along the Pacific Crest Trail, from Mexico to Canada. Averaging a little over 80km per day, Karel completed this epic feat in 52 days, 8 hours and 25 minutes.
Mick Thwaites was a former pack-a-day smoker who has battled through alcohol addiction and depression. In this interview Mick talks about the Badwater 135 – the most demanding and extreme running race on the planet. It’s held in the middle of summer and covers 135 miles (217km) from Death Valley to Mt. Whitney, California.. where temperatures reach 50C (122F).
Brad Beer is a physiotherapist, triathlete and marathon runner and an Amazon best selling author of You Can Run Pain Free. In this interview we talk about running injuries, how to run pain free as well as the importance of hip stability.
Adam Walker is only the fifth person to successfully swim the Oceans 7 – the toughest seven channel swims in the World. The Oceans 7 is the equivalent to mountaineering’s “Seven Summits” and Adam is the second person in history to complete all seven on the first attempt.