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Ernest Shackleton

Led 27 men to rescue after surviving for 2 years in Antarctica. Endurance You can’t begin a conversation about the limits of human endurance without mentioning this man. His ship was literally named Endurance. Ernest Shackleton was an 20th-century explorer during the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration (yes, that’s actually...

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Juliane Koepcke

Survived plane crash after falling 2-miles from the sky then walked for 10 days with no food. The Girl Who Fell 2 Miles Christmas Eve 1971 - Juliane Koepcke is 17 years old, has just graduated from high school, and is flying home from Lima, Peru with her mother for...

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Marathon Monks

Run 1000 marathons in 7 years. The Marathon Monks If you were to have a conversation about which group of people are toughest, who would be in it? Answers would vary person to person, but most short-lists might like look something like this: martial artists, football players, and endurance athletes....

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Diana Nyad

At 64, set world record for longest unassisted solo swim ever. The 110-Mile Swim Diana Nyad is a long-distance swimmer, a person you’ve probably never heard before, and one of the toughest humans to have ever existed. For those who are unfamiliar, long-distance swimming is exactly what it sounds like....

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Louie Zamperini

Survived 47 days in a lifeboat with no food or water then 2 years in a POW camp. Becoming Unbroken Made famous by the book and movie Unbroken, Louie Zamperini's story is one of the most extraordinary stories of human endurance ever told. Louie’s incredible story begins when he is...

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