Fearghal was born in Dublin. He has completed a series of adventures across the world although refuses to call himself an adventurer. These trips are documented on his website.
Jason Lewis is an award-winning author, explorer, and sustainability advocate. He is recognised by Guinness World Records as the first person to circumnavigate the Earth by human power—without using motors or sails.
Calum Hudson is a 27-year-old wild swimmer and adventure loving northerner from the Lake District. He makes up 1/3 of The Wild Swimming Brothers holding the combative middle spot and loves to combine his passion for wild swimming, conservation and endurance.
Ellie is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and Fellow and Ambassador for the Royal Geographical Society, with a passion for the oceans and a keen desire to highlight the complexities of the marine plastics problem, raising awareness of critical issues in healthcare and conservation, and stimulating social change.
Dr Kate Rawles studied environmental philosophy at Glasgow and Colorado State Universities and is passionate about the need to find urgent, effective and suitably radical responses to our multiple environmental challenges. Kate is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.
Easkey is the first Irish woman to be nominated for the Global WSL Big Wave Awards. Also a scientist, academic and social activist, with a PhD in Environment and Society, Easkey is co-founder of the non-profit Waves of Freedom which uses the power of surfing as a creative medium for social change.
Alex is an Adversity Adventurer and Walk4Nepal Founder, ambassador, author and fundraiser from Chester. Aged 22, he is the fastest person ever to climb all 100 UK county tops in 72 days and is passionate about empowering others to change their mindsets towards adversity – putting their minds over mountains!