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Bravery is being isolated at Point Nemo.
Bravery is being the only human for 1000 miles.
Bravery is in the dedication of 10 years to get to the start line.

When you take part in the Vendée Globe, you’re on your own.
It’s not just the ultimate test in sailing. It’s the ultimate test of character, resourcefulness, courage and your equipment.

Engineered to provide the greatest possible protection from the elements our latest range is inspired by adventures on and around the water. Because whether you’re going out on the lake, or around the world single-handed, you need to know you can go beyond your limit.

That’s Gill and you.

Never Less Than Brave.

Athlete Stories
Gill
CONRAD
COLMAN

Athlete stories

Gill

Where is bravery found?

Is it alone, isolated, relying on yourself 100%.
Is it in the feeling of being surrounded by nothing.
Just you, the boat and the ocean.
Knowng that of everyone on the planet you are the furthest away from help.

Someone climbing Everest is going to be closer to a hospital if something goes wrong.

Gill

Or is bravery having the ability to pick yourself up from adversity, battle the elements, repair a snapped mast, whilst exhausted, fighting the hunger and the pain.

Is it continuing on with nothing else to give.
Or is bravery found in the 10 year burn of preparation to get to the start line.
Is it in the 100 days at sea, or the years that follow?

Never less than brave

Never less than brave.

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CONRAD COLMAN

Where is bravery found?

Is it alone, isolated, relying on yourself 100%.
Is it in the feeling of being surrounded by nothing.
Just you, the boat and the ocean. Knowng that — of everyone on the planet you are the furthest away from help.

Or is bravery having the ability to pick yourself up from adversity, battle the elements, repair a snapped mast, whilst exhausted, fighting the hunger and the pain.
Is it continuing on with nothing else to give.
Or is bravery found in the 10 year burn of preparation to get to the start line.

Is it in the 100 days at sea, or the years that follow?

Never Less Than Brave.