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Erden Eruc Human solo powered around the world

Season 2, Episode 2

EXPLORERS POD  | Erden Eruc | Human solo powered around the world 

 

If you ever had a dream and thought it might not be possible – Think again! We had a great time with Erden Eruc on the show last week. He is truly a testament that dreams can come true, that anything is possible and above all, life is a gift, live it. Erden recently completed the first solo circumnavigation of the Earth by human power which started in 2007 and took 5 years and 11 days. He is one of the leading ocean rowers in the world today, holding 15 Guinness World Records related to ocean rowing and the circumnavigation of the Earth. He is the recipient of the 2013 Citation of Merit from the prestigious Explorers Club and one of the 2013 Adventurers of the Year – “Nine individuals changing the face of global adventure” selected by Outside Magazine. He is listed in the 2009, 2012, 2014, 2017 and 2018 Guinness books of World Records.

Six Summits Project

In memory of his friend Göran Kropp, Erden decided to reach the highest summit on every continent except Antarctica by human power. Aconcagua, Elbrus and Everest remain on Erden’s list of priorities over the coming years.

Around-n-Over

Erden is the founder of the Seattle based 501(c)(3) nonprofit Around-n-Over with a mission to educate and inspire children. To date, Around-n-Over has raised and applied over $100k toward educational projects.

EXPLORING THE WORLD WITH IN-DEPTH CONVERSATIONS HOSTED BY EXPLORERS TODD FORNEY AND JANET BELARMINO WITH FRIENDS, GUESTS, AND INSPIRING PEOPLE FROM THE WORLD OF EXPLORATION, THE WORLD OF COMEDY, THE WORLD OF SCIENCE, AS WELL AS, ALL THE WORLD AROUND US, AND BEYOND. 

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 Around-n-Over with a mission to educate and inspire children.

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