18th August 2019 20:00
Ash Dykes (28) crossed the finish line in Shanghai 08.30am BST, having traversed Yangtze River in China in what is his third world first at 24 traversed 1,500-mile length of Mongolia, with 18 stone survival trailer, solo and unsupported, in just 78 days.
12th August 2019 13:00
Today marks the day dual world-first record holder, adventurer and extreme explorer Ash Dykes crosses the finish line on his latest, 350-day 4,000-mile outing where he's taken over 8 million steps to walk into achieving his third world-first record.
16th April 2019 12:12
On 23rd March, Ash was flown to Shanghai by WUJI, which is a cobranded clothing range between Adidas and international Movie Star Jet Li.
14th October 2018 22:00
Ash has never felt stronger or more determined as he smashes through Yushu onto chapter 2 of #MissionYangtze.
3rd September 2018 17:00
Due to an unexpected drama Ash has had to cover an extra 40 miles of terrain that he had previously walked - but is back on track, safe and well, and making good progress.
9th July 2018 13:02
As Ash puts the finishing touches on his preparations for Mission Yangtze, he has selected essential gear from Kailas's latest collection to give him the best quality clothing and equipment for the adventure ahead. Ash has equipped himself with a range of durable, comfortable clothing and essential equipment from Kailas, the biggest brand of its type throughout China and a hugely popular outdoor brand throughout all of Asia, to ensure that he achieves success.
8th June 2018 16:45
Ash today signed a partnership agreement with Kailas, the biggest outdoor, technical clothing and equipment company in China, and a mainstream brand throughout Asia.
28th April 2018 16:15
Ash Dykes heads to China ahead of groundbreaking world first along the Yangtze
7th March 2018 17:00
After over 12 months of planning, organising and developing, Ash and the team are incredibly excited to finally announce Ash's next World First record-breaking expedition to the world.
12th February 2018 10:30
Ash endorses David Beckham backed campaign: "Malaria must die, so that Millions can live".