22nd January 2020 10:00
I’ve just returned back to the UK after an unbelievable time in Los Angeles.
28th November 2019 21:00
I also wanted to get a blog out there, thanking everyone for the love and support since the podcast went live.
Mandarin films and Ash were called in, to showcase the diversity of Sichuan province, AKA “the land of abundance”.
18th October 2019 09:00
This saw them filming in locations from Daocheng Yading, with mountain peaks rocketing above 6,000 metres. To Leshan, where the largest stone Buddha statue in the world is located.
Ash has flown back to China, only two weeks after his three-week speaking tour across Asia for the International Dulwich Colleges.
10th October 2019 09:00
This time it’s to present at the prestigious TEDx Talk in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province.
What a rollercoaster of complete and utter awesomeness it’s been, since completing Mission Yangtze!
3rd October 2019 20:30
I’ve not really had much time to sit back and reflect, but I’m cool with that, as I’d much prefer to keep busy and continue the ball rolling with many events, activities and plans.
On Wednesday, 18th of September 2019 we were honoured to host the adventurer and extreme athlete Ash Dykes, who presented this year's Shackleton Lecture.
27th September 2019 23:00
These crazy records all belong to British extreme explorer Ash Dykes. He used to be an ordinary boy and now the first person to cross Mongolia and climb the eight peaks of Madagascar in a world first.
24th September 2019 11:15
Trekking 1,500 miles across Mongolia alone confronting the elements whilst pulling an 18-stone homemade trailer full of supplies. Traversing Madagascar's length of 1,600 miles whilst facing crocodile-infested rivers, bandits, and the deadliest strain of Malaria.
10th September 2019 21:00
Ash is currently in Korea, for the beginning of his Asia speaking tour for Dulwich college international.
18th August 2019 20:00
Read all about it here.
Ash Dykes (28) crossed the finish line in Shanghai 08.30am BST, having traversed Yangtze River in China in what is his third world first at 24 traversed 1,500-mile length of Mongolia, with 18 stone survival trailer, solo and unsupported, in just 78 days.
12th August 2019 13:00
Today marks the day dual world-first record holder, adventurer and extreme explorer Ash Dykes crosses the finish line on his latest, 350-day 4,000-mile outing where he's taken over 8 million steps to walk into achieving his third world-first record.