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Cameron Bellamy – Breaking “Impossible”
Royal Cape Yacht Club, Duncan Road, Table Bay Harbour, Cape Town, 8001, Cape Town
Friday 13 Mar 2020
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
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Cameron Bellamy (2000B) will be giving an insight into his past endurance achievements, having recently navigating his way through Drake Passage in a rowboat.
In the last 2 years Cameron has:
- Amassed 10 Guinness World Records. - His most recent accomplishment in December 2019, was being a member of the Impossible Row, the first human-powered crossing from South America to Antarctica, across the notorious Drake Passage, by rowboat. - In September 2019, he completed the longest channel swim in history when he swam 151km continuously from Barbados to St Lucia in over 56 hours. -In 2018, Cameron became the first person to complete a highly complex circumnavigation of the island Barbados, swimming a gruelling 96km around the jagged coastline in 41 hours. - Earlier that same year he became the 11th person and 1st South African to complete the ‘Oceans 7’, the equivalent of the ‘7 Summits’ of mountaineering.
Cameron completes all his endurance feats for the Ubunye Challenge, a charity he founded in 2011 which focuses on funding infrastructure for early childhood development projects in the Eastern Cape and educational projects in Northern Zimbabwe. Cameron will talk about when his athletic passion began, share in his more recent adventures and find out what motivates him to keep breaking the impossible.
All proceeds go directly to Ubunye's causes on the ground in the Eastern Cape.
Let’s all please support and get as many of us there that evening!
Date: Thursday 26 March Time: 17:30 for 18:30 Venue: Royal Cape Yacht Club, Duncan Road, Table Bay Harbour, Cape Town, 8001 All proceeds go to charity. Snacks will be provided and there will be a cash bar. The seating will be on a first come first-served basis.