The Adventurers

Meet death-defying Grant Lottering

Grant Lottering’s cycling career could have ended when he slammed into a wall at over 60kms an hour during a cycling race. The impact shattered his body. A year after he was told he would never ride again he was back on the bike with a new goal, to make the impossible into the I’m-possible.

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Grateful to have escaped death and paralysis, Grant is now a Laureus ambassador riding annual Im’possible Tours, raising funds to educate less privileged youngsters through the power of sport.

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