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Ade Adepitan MBE is a TV presenter, Paralympic medallist, journalist and father to toddler, Bolla.
Alexandra Wilson is a barrister, author and campaigner.
Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff is a host of BBC’s Top Gear, a broadcaster and cricketing legend.
Andrew Castle presents LBC’s breakfast show at the weekends. His 30 year plus long broadcasting career has taken him from war zones to the sofa of morning television.
Cally Beaton is a keynote speaker, awards host, comedian, business leader, podcaster, writer and entrepreneur and one of the UK’s most sought-after names for corporate, broadcasting and live comedy work.
Claire Lomas had a career as a chiropractor and she had just reached the highest level in the sport of eventing, when a collision with a tree in 2007 left her with catastrophic injuries. She dislocated her spine, fractured her neck and ribs, punctured a lung and was fighting for her life in intensive care. The dislocation resulted in severe spinal cord damage and Claire became paralysed from the chest down.
Dame Denise Lewis is an accomplished presenter, broadcaster, former athlete and President of Commonwealth Games England.
Dame Katherine Grainger is the Chair of UK Sport and Britain’s only female Olympian with five medals from five consecutive games.
Debra is a professional adventurer and serial entrepreneur. Her expeditions have taken her across the Atlantic, around Antarctica, up to the Arctic Circle and everywhere in between. She has also launched five companies, is a published author, has presented over 40 programme for the BBC and is a trusted corporate speaker.
Yachtswoman Dee Caffari has earned her place in the history books. Dee is the first and only woman to sail single-handed, non-stop around the world in both directions and the only woman to sail non-stop around the world three times.
One of Britain’s most famous athletes, Derek Redmond is a World and European relay champion. Having broken the British 400m record on two occasions, Derek was one of the country’s best athletes during the 1980s and 1990s. A key member of the relay squad that won gold at the 1991 World Championships in Tokyo, he competed at the highest level for over a decade.
Dick is an engineer-inventor, sustainability expert, motivational speaker & TV presenter.
Ed Stafford walked into the history books when he completed his epic trek along the length of the Amazon River. His Guinness world-record setting adventure took two and a half years and his success made headline news across the globe. His achievement is, as Sir Ranulph Fiennes put it: ‘Truly extraordinary’.
Elizabeth Day is an award-winning author and broadcaster. Her chart-topping podcast, How To Fail With Elizabeth Day, is a celebration of all of the things that haven’t gone right.
Farrah Storr is the former award-winning editor-in-chief of ELLE magazine, Cosmopolitan and Women’s Health.
Former Olympic rowing champion Greg Searle has worked as an executive coach and public speaker for 25 years, calling upon his experiences in elite sport to help individuals, teams and organisations to optimise engagement and performance.
Harry Redknapp is a broadcaster and Former Premier League Manager.
James Cracknell is a double Olympic gold medallist and TV broadcaster.
Jamil Qureshi is a leading practitioner of performance psychology and an expert in high performance. He has worked with a rich diversity of the most talented business and sports people and teams in the world.
Jason Fox is a Broadcaster & former Royal Marine Commando and Special Forces Sergeant, serving in the Special Boat Service for over 20 years.
Jermaine Jenas is one England’s most recognisable footballers, as well as being a hugely successful broadcaster and football pundit.
Karl Dickson is a sports official and former rugby union player.
Laura Bingham led a world-first expedition to navigate the Essquibo river in South America from source to sea in 2018. From its remote jungle source in the Acarai Mountains on Guyana’s southern border with Brazil, the Essequibo River flows north through rainforest until it meets the Atlantic Ocean.
Professional explorer, author, and photographer

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