Kev Brady, Paddling the Mississippi & Swimming the Severn 16/11/2016 CONCESSION

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Kev will be telling the story of two outrageous journeys. On September 23rd 2015, he set out to be the first person in history to swim the longest river in the UK, the River Severn, from its source in Mid Wales, 220 miles to Severn beach. That's the equivalent of 10 English Channel swims or over 14,000 lengths of a 25m pool but neither Channel nor pool swimmers have to contend with swimming past dead sheep! During the 31 days of swimming he raised £18,000 towards 'Archie's Chance To Dance', helping a young lad with cerebal palsy get an operation he needs.

Two years earlier, with only one weekend's preparation on the Wye, he set out alone to paddle the length of the Mississippi River from its source in Lake Itasca, Minnesota. After enduring the coldest winter on record, he arrived successfully in the Gulf of Mexico 146 days and 2500 miles later.

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