While very excited about the opportunity to be a part of Walking With the Wounded and represent his fellow servicemen and women, Heath is concerned about a few of the aspects of the freezing cold of Antarctica, not least of which is going to the toilet in those conditions.
After more than two years of rehabilitation work, Seamus hopes this challenge not only fulfils his personal goals, but recognises those who have helped him along the way as well.
Alexandre Beaudin D’Anjou
Alexandre views this challenge as a way to prove that wounded service personnel are still able to not only go on with their daily lives, but to excel in their lives as well.
While Chris is excited about going to the South Pole, he is even more enthusiastic about the chance to be a part of the Walking With The Wounded program. He hopes to show others with injuries that they are not alone in their personal battles.
Having participated in expeditions all over the world and with specific polar experience, Eric is ready to get going with the unique experience Walking With The Wounded offers.
A Co-Founder of Walking With The Wounded, Simon (Dags) was also part of the Charity’s inaugural expedition to the North Pole in 2011. Dags also undertook military training at Sandhurst College, and has a strong sense of duty to the military and its wounded.
Honorary Team Member