The Great British Paddle / Episode 18: Resilience
An official Guinness world first and world record attempt. Can Jordan Wylie do what no person has successfully achieved before? Will he be the first to person in the world to Standup Paddleboard (SUP) around the entire mainland of Great Britain?
Former military sniper turned adventure filmmaker James May and Scottish YouTuber Alfie Marsh, follow Jordan on his biggest challenge to date.
Jordan Wylie has spent a lifetime immersed in adventures around the world, with many of his award-winning expeditions receiving mainstream media coverage. Jordan’s main objective though is to inspire children and young people using education and the spirit of adventure. In 2019, Jordan was appointed as the UK National Ambassador for Army Cadets, and he is also a patron, trustee and ambassador for several children’s charities.
Jordan has climbed the highest freestanding mountain in the world completely barefoot (Barefoot Warrior, 2015), he has run through the three most dangerous countries in the world (Running Dangerously, 2018), he has set a world first by rowing solo and unsupported across the most dangerous strait of water on the planet (Rowing Dangerously, 2019). Now he is attempting his toughest challenge yet, an incredible world first that he has called: The Great British Paddle.