Posted on the 6th of February 2014
When Paddy Scott accepted the lifetime challenge as expedition cameraman, filming Parker Liautaud setting a new world record skiing across Antarctica from Coast-to-Pole, covering 397 miles (640km) – he knew his metal would be tested.
With the challenge ahead set, Paddy’s mental integrity and physical endeavour were to be put to the test… could he endure 22 days without chilli oil?!
The answer was no – but the Willis Resilience Expedition was an overwhelming success!!
”On December 3, 2013 the Willis Resilience Expedition departed from the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica with two goals: to test the limits of resilience in the face of adversity and to help understand our changing world. On December 24, nineteen year old Parker Liautaud successfully skied 506km (314miles) to the South Pole and in the process set a new world record.”
”During the Expedition, Parker and his team conducted invaluable scientific research aimed at exploring the impact of climate change. By uncovering new scientific data and enhancing our understanding of a changing world the Expedition is deeply entwined with Willis’ core business, which is to offer risk management solutions and strategies to help clients overcome challenges and build resilience for a risky world.
A huge congratulations from The Chilli Oil Company, great to have you back Paddy … and thanks for being such a patron!
Can that man take on the New Naga Ghost Chilli oil?