July 30, 2019

Christine is the co-founder and President of Mad Dog Expeditions an internationally recognised technical scuba diving and exploration company based in NYC. For more than 20 years Christine has been diving and exploring in remote regions of the world. Christine is the first woman to dive and explore beneath the Arctic Sea ice and ice caves of the Canadian High Arctic. Christine is also the first woman...

July 26, 2019

Travelling around the world was Jacqui’s chance to discover who she really was without the societal expectations that came with being a nurse, mother and wife. For much of her life, Jacqui had supported her husband in his job and put her life on hold. When their marriage ended and her children had gone off to University, Jacqui was left to discover who she was without them.

July 25, 2019

We first spoke with Laura in December 2017 when she shared more about solo kayaking in Russia, cycling the Wild Atlantic Way and circumnavigating 3 of the Channel Islands in an extreme triathlon! Laura has gone on to complete, The North Sea Cycle route (Eurovelo 12) which is the world's longest signposted cycle route. Over two and a half months, Laura cycled through 8 countries and covered a dista...

July 23, 2019

Jen and her husband Sim have completed multiple marathons, ultra-marathons, Ironman triathlons and adventure races. In 2015 they decided they had had enough of the traditional way of living and spent a year living under canvas with their two young children (5 and 7 years old), they used this opportunity to explore more of Britain’s National Parks. Jen enjoys writing about nature, families, sport an...

July 19, 2019

Through the ups and downs of this journey, Georgina has uncovered essential life lessons that have pushed her forward through every obstacle. Keep reading to find out what you can learn from the Explorers Grand Slam and Georgina’s experience!

July 18, 2019

Ali is a personal trainer and a passionate runner, she lives in Amersham with her partner and 2 children. We first spoke with Ali in 2015 where she shared more about how she got into running, doing the Marathon des Sables and the Druids Ultra. Since we last spoke Ali has joined the Great Britain 24hr racing team and has been pursuing her marathon goal of sub 3 hrs (Her current PB is 3hr 1 min!). Ali k...

July 16, 2019

During this podcast Krystle share more about her passion for travel and photography and how she gained the skills necessary to do this job. She share the challenges of being on the road for 11 months out of every year and how she maintains her physically and mental well being. Krystle also shares top tips and advice for you to ensure you are living your most full life and going after your dreams. She...

July 12, 2019

Have you set off for a major challenge that’s not going to be accomplished in the next week, month, or even year? Keeping yourself motivated through such a long challenge can be difficult, but it’s an essential skill for reaching monumental, never-been-done goals. Kikkan Randall is our source of wisdom on this important topic. As a five-time Olympian, Olympic and world champion cross country skier, s...

July 11, 2019

Some of the adventures and challenges include: Qualifying as a humanitarian aid worker with Shelterbox and being deployed to two disasters. Joining the incredible ‘1st’ women from the Armed Forces to climb the Chemin De la Liberte. Recording a documentary about the most remote islands in the world. Writing articles for the BBC Magazine and presented them on BBC Radio 4, which included going to the Gal...

July 9, 2019

This year, Shona is heading off to America to hike the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT - 2,650 miles stretching from Canada to Mexico). We will be catching up with Shona at the half way point to see how she is getting on and also at the end of the hike. Make sure you subscribe so you don’t miss out! New episodes go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time.

July 5, 2019

Have you ever dreamt of becoming the first to accomplish some feat in your field? Ayesha McGowan is on a mission to do just that and become the first ever African-American pro female road racer. Ayesha’s incredible work toward this goal is an example to us all of what it takes to accomplish a feat that hasn’t been done before. Behind Ayesha’s drive to become the first African-American pro female road...

July 2, 2019

Pippa gave birth to her son Mawson in August 2018. She continued to ride throughout her pregnancy and was keen to find a come back event but nothing was inspiring her, until hearing about the opportunity to ride the Tour De France. Currently there is no Tour De France for women so a women’s team ‘InternationElles’ cycle the whole course but start a day before the men’s race in order to raise awarene...

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