Two identical British twins are setting off on a 10,000-mile adventure in an electric car from London to Shanghai.
They've rowed the Atlantic, climbed Europe's highest peak in Ernest Shackleton-era kit, and cycled thousands of kilometers to the center point of South America.
The ‘adventure guinea pigs’ chat about flying paramotors across the Australian outback, rowing the Atlantic and getting prodded by scientists...
Professional explorers Hugo and Ross Turner wanted to find out how veganism would affect their training. The results are in...
UK adventurers are heading off on a brand new adventure – a 100% emission free expedition to the Atlantic Pole of Inaccessibility.
Hugo & Ross - the Turner Twins - are professional British adventurers helping people learn about our world. Together they have rowed the Atlantic, climbed Mt Elbrus, attempted to trek across Greenland and have reached several Poles of Inaccessibility while testing new technology.About us
Hugo narrowly missed paralysis after breaking his neck aged 17 in a diving accident and in the mix of emotions that followed came a drive to follow their passion for exploration pinned on three values; purpose, discovery and always doing them together.
Together, their pioneering spirit has led them to discover and document some of the planet’s last remaining untouched places. Going head to head they have undergone several comparison challenges to question our understanding of ideas and concepts from diet and fitness to outdoor clothing and equipment.
The Turner Twins delivered a brilliantly insightful and inspiring talk to the England Rugby 7’s squad, taking the players through their adventures, experiences and obstacles. The talk was an opportunity for the players to learn about performing under pressure, pushing yourself to the limit, approaching challenges with the right mindset and learning to embrace the unexpected. Hugo and Ross provided a fantastic insight into pushing yourself to be the best and helped the players understand how the skills they have learned from professional rugby can translate into their next careers