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Lions Roar : July 2019
Why did you decide to embark on what’s been called “the impossible first”—a solo journey across Antarctica with no human or mechanical help? Eleven years ago, I was severely burned in a fire and was told I would never walk again. During my recovery, I set a goal to one day complete a triathlon. Eighteen months later, I ended up winning it. As a professional athlete, the last ten years have been about exploring my THE INNER JOURNEY Colin O’Brady is the first person to journey across Antarctica unaided and unsupported. He tells HALEIGH ATWOOD how Vipassana meditation helped him prepare for his 930-mile, 54-day trek across the planet’s coldest continent, alone with his own mind and the brutal elements. PHOTOS BY COLIN O’BRADY potential. The idea of being the first per- son to cross Antarctica unsupported and unaided had been in the zeitgeist of the exploration world for a long time, going back a hundred years to Ernest Shackle- ton. It has always been written about as this “impossible feat.” I had been to Antarctica and was fas- cinated by its pristine, untouched land- scape. I knew that a solo journey in this harsh environment would ultimately be