Twelve years ago, after a tragic burn accident, doctors told Colin that he may never walk again normally. Through a journey of self-discovery, he overcame the diagnosis to become one of the world’s most recognized endurance athletes and explorers. He has since gone on to set 10 world records in some of the most historic expeditions of the last century.
In 2016, Colin climbed the highest peak on each of the seven continents, including Mt. Everest, and trekked to the North and South Pole in a record shattering 139 days. In 2018, against all odds, he became the first person in history to cross the landmass of Antarctica solo, unsupported, and unassisted in a perilous 54-day historic journey walking 932 miles pulling a 375-pound sled. Just a couple of months ago, Colin and an international crew of five others, became the first people in history to row completely human powered from South America to Antarctica across the infamous Drake Passage: overcoming 40-foot ocean swells, treacherous storms and frigid waters.
But Colin isn’t just an elite endurance athlete and explorer, he is a renowned speaker, a New York Times bestselling author, and is considered to be one of the foremost experts on mindset.