One hundred years after Captain Robert Falcon Scott’s ground-breaking Terra Nova expedition, four unique individuals attempted to reach the most inhospitable place on earth. Two of them being the first adaptive athletes to ever do so.
THE PUSH uncovers the capacity of human spirit across a year-long journey to achieve the seemingly insurmountable ... ... yet the true story that unfolds is the inspiration for all of us to live up to our ultimate potential.
THE PUSH was recently featured at TEDx Connecticut College
THE PUSH proudly supports High Fives Foundation & the Reeve Irvine Center
Lindsey on 101.5 connects with Doug Stoup from the South Pole!
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Grant talking about reaching his goal - the South Pole, hearing his mom's voice at the Gallery Keoki reception, what this project means to Grant, and Much More! (There are two audio files here, click on the links below the audio player to switch tracks, part one and two.) Read more...
Grant Korgan and The Push team, officially made it to the South Pole on January 17th. The 100 year anniversary of Robert Falcon Scott's Terra Nova expedition. Originally Korgan was supposed to be accompanied by John Davis, 2X Paralympic Gold Medalist. Davis sustained an injury while training in South America that took him out of the bid for the South Pole. Korgan and the team made it happen for him in spirit. " JD is apart of this project and he was in our thoughts all the way." Tal Fletcher
“Grant just pulled off one of the most amazing athletic achievements in modern history and a first for adaptive athletes.
This is a historic day in the name of recovery, technology, adventure and the human potential.”
Steven Siig, director of the documentary film about the project called “The Push." Read More...
Phone call from January 9th. Doug, Keoki, Grant at 11:20 to end.
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