Mathew aims for new world record with his unaided Gobi Desert trek
Having conquered the Atlantic Ocean by breaking a world record and raising over £120,000 for NSPCC in 2016, Mathew Bennett now takes on the unforgiving terrain of the Gobi Desert.
With his teammates, Elise and Luke, they'll cover over 1400 miles and will be pulling all their supplies on custom-built trailers as they travel from the western edge of the Gobi Desert in Mongolia to its far eastern corner.
This latest expedition has never been attempted before. They anticipate the journey will take between 50 to 60 days, fighting the elements and the ever-continuing search for water, with Mathew looking for another entry into the record books.
"Knowing that with every step we make, we are raising money and awareness to support the amazing work the NSPCC does will keep us driven to the very end"
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