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Louis Alexander is a 23-year-old adventurer, explorer and storyteller.

From running 17 marathons in 17 consecutive days, rowing across the busiest shipping lane in the world, the English Channel, to summiting some of the world’s most notable mountains such as Kilimanjaro and Mont Blanc, Louis has conquered numerous endurance feats.

Louis has featured in the Evening Standard, Independent and The Times; named by the latter as the ‘Modern-day Byron’ after his successful crossing of the infamous Hellespont strait in Turkey, which separates Europe and Asia.

His endeavours have resulted in over £40,000 raised for charity and support from numerous highly respected figures in the adventure world, including the world’s greatest living explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes.

Louis’s latest project ‘Running The Seven Continents’ will see him travel to many of the most extreme environments on Earth: from Deserts to Polar climates. More people have been to space than ran a marathon on all of the Seven Continents, but Louis’ plans are unlike anything ever achieved before!

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