Martin Hewitt

Martin served as a commissioned officer in HM Parachute Regiment with operational experience in the Middle East. Martin was injured whilst leading his men in combat receiving gunshot wounds to the chest and foot.
Martin then turned to elite sport and represented Great Britain in the Paralympic World Championships competing in Downhill Ski racing.

Martin was then asked to develop teams of injured servicemen to take on world record attempts. In 2011 he walked unsupported to the Geographic North Pole joined by HRH Prince Harry and in 2012 climbed Mt Manaslu 8163M, Mt McKinley and led a team on Mt Everest 8848M.

Martin assists Elite sport teams and businesses to develop their leaders drawing from a range of experiences in elite military units, sport and expedition teams (Including the PCA, RFU, Deloitte, Medicinal Defence Union, Lawn Tennis Association, English Institute of Sport). Currently he is developing the ‘Fieri Grand Slam’ team to climb the 7 highest peaks on the 7 continents and walk unsupported to the North and South poles. In 2014 Martin is competing in the Gruelling Marathon Des Sables ultra running race across the Sahara Desert.

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