Spanish endurance athlete Kílian Jornet is a legendary mountain runner and ski mountaineer. Without a doubt, he's one of the greatest of his generation.
But in 2017, he achieved something that – even by his own mind-boggling standards – was incredible: he travelled up Everest twice, without oxygen, in the space of a week.
In this episode, Kílian tells Rob about how his upbringing has shaped his love of nature, and what motivated him to take on the world’s highest peaks in such spectacular fashion.
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Cross-country skier Veronica Mayerhofer is a Mental Performance Specialist at the Red Bull Athlete Performance Centre in Austria. In this episode, she analyses the responses from this season’s superhuman guests.
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When endurance athlete Aron Anderson won 2017’s Wings for Life World Run, he raced an incredible 90km. The Swede talks Rob through his amazing sporting CV: he’s competed in four Paralympic Games in three different sports, swum from Sweden to Finland, climbed Kilimanjaro and skied to the South...