Jan 09, 2019

It was recently confirmed that former Royal Marines Commando Baz Grey has reached the South Pole on day 39 of Challenge Antarctica, a solo 715 mile journey from Hercules Inlet to the South Pole.  Baz skied, solo, unsupported and unassisted, facing the harshest Arctic conditions.  

Baz will follow this up in November with phase two, an epic attempt "To successfully cross the Entire Antarctic Continent" solo and unassisted.  You can find out more about Challenge Antarctica here: https://www.satcase.com/category/challenge-antarctica/

Meanwhile another former Royal Marine Lee Spencer the "Rowing Marine" is about to commence an unsupported solo rowing attempt 3,500 miles across the Atlantic Ocean.  http://www.leespencer.co.uk/the-rowing-marine.html

We at the Royal Marines Shop would like to congratulate Baz for his amazing achievement and wish Lee good luck in his undertaking.

It was recently confirmed that former Royal Marines Commando Baz Grey has reached the South Pole on day 39 of Challenge Antarctica, a solo 715 mile journey from Hercules Inlet to the South Pole.  Baz skied, solo, unsupported and unassisted, facing the harshest Arctic conditions.  

Baz will follow this up in November with phase two, an epic attempt "To successfully cross the Entire Antarctic Continent" solo and unassisted.  You can find out more about Challenge Antarctica here: https://www.satcase.com/category/challenge-antarctica/

Meanwhile another former Royal Marine Lee Spencer the "Rowing Marine" is about to commence an unsupported solo rowing attempt 3,500 miles across the Atlantic Ocean.  http://www.leespencer.co.uk/the-rowing-marine.html

We at the Royal Marines Shop would like to congratulate Baz for his amazing achievement and wish Lee good luck in his undertaking.