RIP DAVENPORT
- EXPLORER & ADVENTURER -
INTRODUCTION

Rip Davenport is an adventurer and motivational speaker and best known for his camel assisted and man-hauling expeditions
after many years drifting across some of the world's isolated deserts entirely on foot.
Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2011, Rip now faces a greater challenge - to inspire all those thousands of others with
Multiple Sclerosis who need a positive message of hope to uplift them in their suffering.
Ripley Davenport™ leads a camel caravan through the Gobi Desert.
ABOUT

Rip Davenport is an explorer,
adventurer, speaker, family man and
a regular average Joe facing similar
life struggles like most. Along the
way Rip has learnt some hard lessons.

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PARTNERS

Meet the individuals, companies and
organisations that continue to
support Rip. Each gives a shove in the
appropriate direction and offers
positive guidance and support.

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SPEAKER

Rip has been on a journey of
self-discovery and perseverance,
which has defined the individual he
is today. He draws from his
experiences to motivate and inspire.

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you can
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For speaking enquiries please
contact Mark Davies.

The Speakers Agency
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please
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GOBI 2011 EXPEDITION

The Gobi 'Crossing' 2011 Expedition
was an arduous trek across the Gobi
Desert, the fifth largest desert in the
world.
The international team, led by Rip,
covered a total of 1136 miles in 51
days and 11 hours, assisted by 12
Bactrian Camels and a Mongolian /
Khazak support crew.

Credit & Special thanks to MBC Prod
and Emmanuel Berthier.
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