Louis Alexander, 22, is a British adventurer, endurance athlete and charity ambassador.
From summing the tallest free standing mountain in the world, Mt Kilimanjaro, at 19 years old, to running 17 marathons in 17 consecutive days, to most recently rowing across the busiest shipping lane: the infamous English Channel, Louis has conquered numerous endurance feats.
His endeavours have resulted in one world first, over £38,000 raised for charity and support from numerous highly respected figures in the adventure world, including the world’s greatest living explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes.
His goals for the future do not disappoint, and whilst hoping to continue pushing British adventure, underlying all his plans Louis is committed to his support for charity.
"I’m proud to see the young generation of adventurers such as Louis Alexander continue to fly the flag for British adventure."