Calum & Robbie Hudson, The Wild Swimming Brothers
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Calum, Robbie and Jack Hudson are The Wild Swimming Brothers. Together, they went on a 9-day adventure to swim from the source of the River Eden to its mouth in the Solway Firth near their childhood home. After such a transformative endurance swim, they decided they wouldn't stop there and embarked on more world-first swims including swimming across terrifying maelstroms in Norway, Scotland and the Arctic Circle.  In this episode, I chat to Calum and Robbie about reconnecting with childhood memories, overcoming (or maybe just accepting fear) and that need to rewild ourselves in a busy world. Most of all, this is a great chat about the importance of brotherhood. And I hope you enjoy it! Follow: @freybromley #TheTidalYear  @thewildswimmingbrothers Swim Wild by Jack Hudson is available wherever you buy your books.  Thanks to this episode’s sponsor TRIHARD. Say goodbye to chlorine and shop their skin and hair products at 15% off with the code Tidal at trihard.co See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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