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Bear Grylls Quotes (Author of Mud, Sweat and Tears)

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10 Amazing Unknown Facts About Survivalist Bear Grylls

Bear Grylls Biography Everything You Need To Know

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Christened Edward Michael Grylls, Bear Grylls knew from an early age that he was not cut out for an ordinary life doing a regular nine to five. He was a gifted sportsman at school, but was far more drawn to outdoor pursuits such as climbing, sailing and mountaineering. In a sign of what was to come, Bear had branched out into in skydiving and martial arts by his teenage years, soon earning a second black belt in Shotokan Karate, and later travelling to Japan to train as a Karate Grand master. An early role in the military as a Territorial Army Reservist for the SAS would give way to even greater things when, at the age of just 23, he became one of the youngest climbers ever to conquer Mount Everest. This is even more remarkable when you consider that, just eighteen months previously, he had narrowly avoided being paralysed in a severe parachuting accident while on a trip to Zambia in Africa.

My parents were My late dad taught me to climb when I was very young; my mum was and remains brilliantly wacky. We had a garden with huge trees where I learnt to climb. When I was a child I wanted to be I had a strong desire to climb Everest ever since my dad gave me a poster of it when I was aged eight; I used to keep it on my bedroom wall.

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The wild man once participated in The Great Sussex Bath Race , which still runs annually, and they kept photographic proof of his heroic effort. Once finished, he saluted the Queen and then skydived back down to earth, as you do. Drinking urine became synonymous with Grylls because he did it so many times on his show Man verses Wild and it even became a meme. Thankfully, this fashion trend begins and ends with Grylls. The first thing Grylls likes to do when he gets home from his adventures is take a bubble bath as stated in an interview with Stuff Magazine.

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