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"Leave only your footprints in the mountains and your wake in the sea"

Multihulls and Mountains - 2017

Aconcagua for Austin

Sara climbed Aconcagua, standing at the jaw-dropping total of 6,960.8 metres (22,837 ft) tall, the highest peak in the Western Hemisphere to raise money for the medical expenses of Austin Biggs, age 6; who was diagnosed with ‘Very High Risk Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia’. Sara’s efforts helped to raise awareness for childhood cancers and to raise funds to help cover Austin’s medical expenses.

Summited Mount Elbrus

Sara overcame a climbing injury to her knee when she summited Mount Elbrus, a dormant volcano which stands at a dramatic 5,642 metres (18,510 ft); making it the highest peak on the European continent - and only 10 days after getting off crutches. Elbrus sits on a moving tectonic area, and has been linked to a fault - it has an active supply of magma deep down.

Hiking the Himalayas

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Sara was always drawn to the Himalayas. The Himalayan range has many of the Earth's highest peaks, including over fifty mountains exceeding 7,200 metres (23,600 ft) in elevation. In 2017 she successfully completed an adventure hiking the Himalayas to the Nepalese base of Mount Everest. This trip inspired her to push her boundaries further when shortly following the trip, she announced her intention to climb Mt. Everest.

Sailed around Cape Horn

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Sara demonstrated her fearless desire to achieve as she joined the Volvo Ocean Race in 2015 - with less than 5 years sailing experience, she joined a team who successfully sailed around Cape Horn.

Round Britain and Ireland Race

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When as a member of Team SCA; Sara broke records when she and her fellow team mates finished the Round Britain and Ireland Race beating the all female round Britain record. They completed the 1880nm race in 4 days 21 hours and 39 seconds; breaking the previous World Record by over 1.5 days.

Summited Kilimanjaro

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After working as an intern with an HIV/AIDS clinic in the summer of 2006, Sara planned to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest peak on the African continent. After being struck down with malaria, she knew her chances of beginning the expedition were slim, let alone completing it. A week after being released from the hospital, she attempted the climb anyway, promising herself that she’d be impressed with making it only a few days. She shocked everyone by standing on the summit just 5 days later.