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  • Alex Flynn
    Alex Flynn
    Alex Flynn

    Adventurer and Ultra-Athlete who creates positive change despite suffering with Parkinson’s disease

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  • Alex Gregory
    Alex Gregory
    Alex Gregory

    Double Olympic Rowing Champion – Expert on Working Under Pressure

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  • Alain Rolland
    Alain Rolland
    Alain Rolland

    Int’l Rugby Referee – Learn How Effective Communication Achieves More Results

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  • Alain Robert
    Alain Robert
    Alain Robert

    World’s Top Climber: Speaker on Taking ‘Intelligent Risk’ To Be Successful

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  • Adam Walker
    Adam Walker
    Adam Walker

    Swam The World’s 7 Toughest Oceans : Setting Goals & Realising Ambition

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  • Adrian Cassidy
    Adrian Cassidy
    Adrian Cassidy

    Olympic Rowing Coach Expert On Building High Performing Winning Teams

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  • Ranulph Fiennes
    Ranulph Fiennes
    Ranulph Fiennes

    The World’s Greatest Explorer
    Expert On Leadership, Teamwork & Reaching Goals

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