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Thu 18 October
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Mark Beaumont is 29 years old, from Perthshire in Scotland and is an adventurer, documentary maker and author.
In 2007/2008 Mark broke the Guinness World Record for the fastest circumnavigation by bicycle, then in 2009/2010 he then went on to cycle from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego, also climbing the highest peaks in North and South America. In 2011 he was part of the six-man team who rowed through the Canadian Arctic to the 1996 location of the North Magnetic Pole. Mark recently returned from an attempt to break the World Record for rowing across the Atlantic. After 27 days at sea, having rowed over 2000 miles, his boat capsized and he survived with his team for 14 hours in a life raft before being rescued. Mark has self-filmed three BBC1 documentaries, published two books and is a prolific social network blogger. His passion for sharing adventure, culture and the extremes of human endurance has earned him a considerable army of supporters.
In this special evening, Mark will be talking about each of his four major expeditions and showing film clips and photography from around the world. In particular it is a chance to share how he got started this life of adventure and also what went wrong and how he survived the recent Atlantic expedition.
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