Unlocking a Dream

Sailing in rough seas is one thing. Swimming in them is another.

We were far out to sea in the English Channel, 32 days into the Long Swim, with a long way to go to Dover.

I was swimming past the Isle of Wight in a serious storm and the light was fading fast. Our yacht was surging away from me in the strong winds. The swells were so big that, even if I caught up with her, I didn’t know how I would get back onboard.

That’s when it hit me: getting your message heard can be hard work.

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Marine Protected Areas offer Hope

The Lewis Pugh Foundation was formed to preserve our oceans for a peaceful and sustainable future.

To date the Foundation has been instrumental in securing full protection for over 2 million km2 of vulnerable ocean.

Its goal is to ensure that 30% of our oceans are properly protected by 2030.

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You won’t find a more captivating storyteller.

As an ocean advocate and a pioneer swimmer, Lewis applies his hard-learned lessons to the corporate environment.

He shares the visualisation strategies, radical tactical shifts,  teamwork and focus that enabled him to achieve seemingly impossible tasks.

Most importantly he inspires people to dig deep, define their goals and achieve their own ‘impossible’.

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SWIMS

Southern Ocean

SPEAKING

Highlights

MY STORY

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Explore the world and see where Lewis has swum. Click on any pin to find out more about that particular swim.

I've seen penguins all over the world, from Antarctica to Cape Town. This was the first time I saw starving ones. Please read my op-ed in @dailymaverick on how we can save this iconic species. #SaveTheAfricanPenguin https://t.co/cqJFeyMStN

Looking forward to speaking with Azania Mosaka on Radio 702 at 13:35 today, please do tune in. #SaveTheAfricanPenguin

http://player.listenlive.co/47551

To mark the 200th anniversary since the discovery of Antarctica, I spoke to UK Antarctic Heritage Trust about why I swim and campaign for the protection of Antarctica. Please watch the 2 min film here 👇 #AntarcticaDay

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