Explorer who went round the world in 13 YEARS stops off in Dunfermline

Explorer who went round the world in 13 YEARS stops off in Dunfermline

The first man to go around the world without motor or sail is stopping off in Dunfermline.

As Jason Lewis pedalled, paddled, rowed, walked, skated and swam across the globe, he was attacked by a crocodile, spent a year alone at sea and suffered several life-threatening illnesses.

The record breaking explorer – he took 13 years to cover a staggering 46,505 miles – was also accused of spying and held hostage in north Africa, was struck down by malaria and almost died in a crash that left him with two broken legs.

 

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