2018 Holman Prizewinner
Blind Adventurer Successfully Completes Extreme Triathlon
Watch Red’s documentary “Shared Vision” with audio description.
From London, U.K., Red used the Holman Prize to train for an extreme triathlon, which included a 10-mile off-road tandem bike ride, an ocean swim and a 200-foot climb up one of Scotland’s most dramatic oceanic rock formations, Am Buachaille. He successfully completed his triathlon on June 22, 2019.
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You Tube: Red Szell
Announcing the 2018 Holman Prizewinners
Meet Red Szell, braving Scotland’s most extreme triathlon with the Holman Prize
Red Szell reflects on how the Holman Prize got him to the top of the rock
Triple Sea Stack Success for Blind Climber Red Széll – UK Climbing
Red Szell: Hampstead blind mountaineer who climbed a crag off Scotland’s coast after ‘an extreme triathlon’ – Ham&High
Red Szell Wins Holman Prize – RNIB Connect Radio
Higher With Red Szell – Reid My Mind
Talking Vision: Red Szell
Red Szell conquers Am Buachaille – RNIB Connect Radio