Colin O’Brady On Remarkable Solo Antarctica Trek: ‘Take On The Impossible’
Colin O'Brady says he challenged himself to this journey for "something more than myself - to inspire other people to take on the impossible in their lives."
The Joe Rogan Experience
PBS News Hour
Inside look at how Colin O'Brady mentally prepared for his Antarctic feat. There have been many expeditions on the frozen continent of Antarctica, but Colin O'Brady's 54-day solo trek across more than 930 miles without any assistance was the first of its kind.
On Dec. 26, 2018 Colin O'Brady became the first person in history to cross Antarctica solo, unsupported and unaided. A 932-mile expedition in 54 days. Watch to hear his story of this 'impossible first.'
This world-record holder depends on quality sleep on the Sleep Number 360 smart bed to power him through every last record-breaking endeavor.
CBS Sunday Morning
CBS Sunday Morning featured Colin’s story of achieving peak performance and setting two epic world records.
139 Days: A World Record Journey
On May 27, 2016 Colin O'Brady broke The Explorers Grand Slam world record in 139 days and set the new Seven Summits speed record in 132 days, making him a two-time world record holder.
Journey to the Summit of Mt. Everest
On May 19, 2016 Colin O'Brady reached the summit of Mt. Everest. This summit was the eighth consecutive, successful expedition Colin completed in 2016 on his way to setting The Explorers Grand Slam.