Expedition Foods Champions

 

We always knew that Expedition Foods is the stuff of champions. So here is a list of just some of the champions who have used Expedition Foods for a winning race!

Meghan Hicks – Ladies’ Champion, Marathon des Sables 2013.

Meghan Hicks

Photo credit: Cimbaly-E. Sampers-MDS2013

The Islanders – Winners of GB Row 2013 and holders of a new world record for unassisted rowing around Britain with a time of 26 days, 9 hours, 9 minutes and 58 seconds – shaving over 12 hours off the previous record set in 2005.

The Islanders

Photo Credit: Alan Morgan

Team Uniting Nations – Rowed to victory at the inaugural Great Pacific Row 2014. As champions, they hold the Guinness World Record for the fastest crossing from California to Waikiki, Hawaii in 43 days.

Uniting Nations

Photo Credit: The Great Pacific Row

Locura Rows the Atlantic (Mike Burton and Tom Salt) – Overall winners of the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge 2013.

Atlantic Polo Team (Bobby Melville, James Glasson, Henry Brett, Fergus Scholes) – Winner of the fours category in the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge 2013.

Atlantic Row 2013 (Dan Howie and Will North) – Winner of the pair category in the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge 2013.

Atlantic Row 2013

Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing - Record-breaking win in the Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race, 2014.

Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing

Photo credit: Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing

Brian Thompson - Fastest monohull in the Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race, 2014, 60ft and under.

James Cracknell – British rowing champion and double Olympic Gold medallist used our meals during the 2010 Marathon des Sables (where he finished 12th overall, the highest placed Briton ever) and his 2005 Atlantic Row where he won the pairs category with Ben Fogle.

Ben Fogle – Adventurer and TV presenter used Expedition Foods meals on his 2005 Atlantic Row where he won the pairs category with James Cracknell.

Prince Harry – Used Expedition Foods during the Walking With The Wounded’s South Pole 2013 expedition.

Simon Chalk – In 2002, Simon became the youngest and first Briton to row solo across the Indian Ocean. He also holds the following accolades: Adventurer of the Decade 2000-2010 and holder of the Guinness World Record for most ocean rows by one person.

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