Colin O'Brady
 
 

expeditions

With a passion for pushing his limits,
the adventures continue. 

 
 
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The Impossible First

On Dec. 26, 2018 Colin became the first person in history to cross Antarctica solo, unsupported and unaided. A 932-mile expedition in 54 days.
A WORLD FIRST.

 
 
 
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Crossing Greenland

Training for the impossible came in the form of a 400-mile human powered crossing of the Greenland Ice Sheet. Colin pulled all his supplies needed for the month long expedition - testing and fine tuning his gear and systems in preparation for Antarctica.

 
 
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50HP

Summer 2018 was a record setting adventure across the USA - a whirlwind trip to climb the 50 U.S. High Points in just 21 days - and with others participating along the way!

 
 
 
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Beyond 7/2

Colin’s first world record project in 2016 was a global adventure. Colin set the speed records for both the Explorers Grand Slam — a mountaineering challenge to climb the tallest peak on each continent and complete expeditions covering the last degree of latitude to the North and South Poles — and the Seven Summits in 139 days and 131 days respectively. He still holds the record for the Grand Slam today. The project name, Beyond 7/2, lives on as our non-profit.

 
 
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