MEG HOSKIN: PURPOSEFUL ADVENTURER | SPEAKER | OUTDOOR ENTHUSIAST | EXTREME SPORTS LOVER
World Record setting ocean rower, mountaineer, runner, rider, all-round lover of the outdoors, extreme sports, endurance and adventure.
Skipper of the all-female Pacific Terrific crew, Meg rowed 2,400 miles from California to Hawaii across the open waters of the Pacific Ocean in the Great Pacific Race 2018. The crew were the first trio, male or female, ever to do so, and the youngest crew of 3 to row any of the earth's oceans, setting 2 shiny new world records.
Oceans aside, Meg has mountaineered across many of the most majestic mountain ranges on the planet. From The Alps, The Andes and The Atlas mountains, to The Transvolcanic Belt, Caucasus and Himalayas.
When the crampons are off, Meg can be found hiking, running roads and trails, on two wheels, wild camping, swinging through jungles, snowmobiling across glaciers, and leaping into the occasional canyon.
She Believed She Could So She Did
As Skipper of Pacific Terrific, Meg rowed 2,400 miles across the Pacific Ocean and into the record books during The Great Pacific Race, 'the world's ultimate endurance challenge'. No Sail. No engine. Just muscle.