June 28, 2019

Lowri has been kayaking almost her entire life. Her hard work earned her accomplishments such as competing at the highest levels of the international freestyle scene and even becoming European Freestyle Champion 2006-08. Through many expeditions in places such as Siberia, Mongolia and Georgia, Lowri has adventured in over 30 countries. Interested in bringing your passion to the next level? Learn the...

June 27, 2019

During this podcast we catch up with Alex who in 2018 completed the Appalachian Trail! Alex shares more about the journey, the high points and the challenges, as well as the mental and physical aspects. Alex shares more about how she recovered from the adventure blues, and what her next challenge is going to be, we talk in detail about the money and what’s going to be happening over the next 12 months...

June 25, 2019

For the past two years Lucy and her dog Wombat have been walking in South America. Starting in Ushuaia (the southern most point) . They started on the 19th February 2017, and have walked the entire length of Chile through Tierra del Fuago, Patagonia, the coastal wine region, and most recently the Atacama Desert. Since then, they have continue forward with the plan to pass through the Andean Mountains...

June 24, 2019

After our podcast interview with Tracy Herbert, who completed a solo 3,527-mile ride around the US to spread awareness about diabetes, we can't help but feel even more inspired. Herbert is just one of the many women who continue to break barriers in the world of sport, acting as a role model and inspiring others to do the same. To keep the inspiration flowing, here are some of the most awe-inspiri...

June 18, 2019

In 2011, she broke the women’s unsupported speed record on the 2,181-mile long Appalachian Trail, besting the previous record by almost a week. She has completed the Triple Crown of Hiking–the Appalachian Trail, the 2,650 mile Pacific Crest Trail, and the 3,100 mile Continental Divide Trail–and has backpacked over 20,000 miles across the United States on 20 long distance hikes, including the pioneerin...

June 11, 2019

Tracy recently rode her bicycle 3,527 miles from San Francisco to New York City to spread awareness about diabetes while providing hope for others who are suffering. She has also written about this challenge, “Ride for Hope: One Woman's Solo 3,527 Mile Bicycle Ride that Inspired the Nation”.

June 6, 2019

We first spoke with Stephanie back in 2016, where she shared more about her early years growing up, how she got into sports and running, she also discusses what it’s been like living and working in active conflict zones, including working in Afghanistan with the UN. Stephanie also shares more about her charity Free to Run, which supports women and girls in areas of conflict through running and outdoor...

June 4, 2019

Sara experienced rock climbing and boulder climbing abroad and when she came home to the UAE, she recognized that this sport wasn’t very popular or understood there. That didn’t stop her from pursuing her deep interest. Sara is paving the way for herself by exploring the natural outdoor climbing potential throughout her own country. With an avid bouldering partner and skill at mapping new terrain for...

June 4, 2019

Hollie has ticked off NZ's iconic Coast to Coast (both the 1-Day race and 2-Day race). Hollie has run 260km through the Sahara Desert in Morocco doing the Marathon des Sables and completed 240km in the Amazon Jungle in Peru! Her latest challenge involved crossing the Greenland Ice Cap which involved walking 560km, over 29 days while pulling a 60kg sledge! Hollie grew up in rural Mid-Canterbury, N...

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