Adventurer Speakers

Peter Hillary

On the 29th May 1953 Sir Edmund Hillary made the historic first ascent of Mt Everest. To commemorate his father's achievement, Peter Hillary recently climbed to the summit of the world's highest mountain on a National Geographic sponsored expedition. The story of that expedition - and of the intervening years since the first climb in 1953, is retold in National Geographic's big film of the year, S ...

Ranulph Fiennes

Having led 22 major expeditions to remote parts of the world, including both Poles, Sir Ranulph Fiennes is currently the only man alive to have travelled around the Earth's circumpolar surface. He was also the first explorer to completely cross the Antarctic continent unsupported, and aged 65, he climbed to the summit of Mount Everest, the oldest Briton ever to do so. To date Sir Ranulph has raise ...

Rex Pemberton

Rex Pemberton is a Lead Facilitator, keynote speaker and business owner. Rex partners with senior executives, people managers and project teams to deliver high impact customised leadership and team development. In this capacity he has helped organisations all over the globe to deliver memorable programmes that consistently deliver return on investment. He has partners with organizations in four s ...

Rob Hamill

Marathon rowing champion Rob Hamill has been a New Zealand International rowing representative since 1986. Rob's numerous rowing achievements include World Championship Silver, Commonwealth Gold and a world record on the Concept 2 rowing machine. Rob represented New Zealand at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics then teamed up with the late Phil Stubbs and captured headlines around the world winning the gr ...

Robert Brand

Robert Brand has a long history with space and the moon. At the age of 17 he wired up much of the video and communications systems in Sydney Australia that brought the world the Apollo 11 video from the moon. Over many years he has been stationed at the Parkes Radio Telescope for NASA's Voyager encounters with Uranus and Neptune and ESA's Giotto encounter with Halleys Comet. In more recent years h ...

Sharon & Allan Cohrs

Not many people can say they have reached the summit of Mt Everest. Sharon Corhs has and in doing so, she became the 1st Breast Cancer survivor in the world to achieve this. Sharon is an ordinary yet inspirational Australian who showed incredible strength and determination to go on and do something truly extraordinary. Sharon now travels throughout Australia delivering inspirational present ...

Simon Treselyan

Simon was the person responsible for the identifying of the fake Iraq Torture photos featured in the Daily Mirror newspaper, and subsequently throughout the world media. His continued high profile campaign on TV and the press eventually came to prominence in the UK Houses of Parliament and his conclusions were upheld, in that the photos were proven to be fakes. Simon's experience has led him to b ...

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