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Chris Moon Confirmed as After Dinner Speaker at Whittlebury Hall

Chris Moon is one of the most fortunate people to be alive you are likely to meet.  He should be dead many times over and his exploits have been covered in a Discovery documentary: I Shouldn’t Be Alive.

He is a motivational speaker who walks the talk. He’s one of the few Westerners to have survived being taken prisoner by Khmer Rouge guerrillas and negotiated his release and that of two colleagues from threatened execution.

In 1995, Chris was blown up in a remote area of East Africa while clearing landmines for a charity and lost his lower arm and leg. Within a year of leaving hospital he completed the London Marathon, raised significant funds to help disabled people in the developing world and completed a Masters Degree.

Chris is believed to be the world’s first amputee ultra distance runner and has completed the world's toughest ultra-marathons, including Marathon Des Sables and Badwater Death Valley 135 mile Ultra.

For more than 10 years Chris has been helping people change with keynotes and workshops which create understanding, engagement and action leaving audiences inspired, uplifted and ready to go the extra mile.

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