Ranulph Fiennes is a leading explorer and greatly interesting public speaker. With decades worth of stories from all over the globe, audiences are enthralled by Ranulph's achievements; which include being the youngest Captain in the Army and the oldest British person to summit Mount Everest.
In 2003, Ranulph completed the Land Rover 7x7x7 Challenge - a staggering seven marathons in seven days. From Patagonia to Sydney, he reflects upon this experience as a speaker, taking his audience on a journey from one thrilling adventure to another.
Ranulph has been appointed both an OBE and was awarded the Polar Medal, with double clasps. Aside from numerous honorary doctorates, he also received the 2007 Greatest Britons Award from ITV, and was named Just Giving's greatest celebrity fundraiser, after raising £2.5 million for Marie Curie.
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