Keirron is a full time adventure sports coach, whose passion and profession is sea kayaking. Paddling since the age of 10, predominantly sea kayaking which has included establishing a specialist sea kayak training centre on the Isle of Man, eight major expeditions including the most recent Aleutians 2012 expedition. Enjoys challenging himself (and others) coasteering, also passionate about photography, and been involved in a bit of filming.
Solo open crossing (52 nautical miles) between Holyhead (N Wales) and the Isle of Man in 2001 aged 21, and again at night in 2005. Setting a new record around Vancouver Island in 2007, using a pink SKUK Triton double kayak for charity, and a paddling partner he'd never met before. Aleutians 2012 Expedition with long-term student George Shaw.
"I've practiced Judo since I was 6. Much of how I view life has been influenced by this art; its education and philosophy of strength, character and respect."
Favourite quote "Far better it is to dare mighty things, than rank with those poor timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat" Kendal Judo Club Adopted mantra "What will be, will be"
Keirron has paddled and coached in some amazing and inspirational locations worldwide, and looks forward to discovering many more.