JOSH LLEWELLYN-JONES OBE
'MILLION KILO MAN'
Athlete, Speaker & Performance Coach
Born with cystic fibrosis, Josh was given 10% chance of surviving his first night due to complications. Growing up, he was told he wouldn’t make 30. Now 34, he’s a World Record Holder, Speaker & Performance Coach.
At 29, he completed the ‘Worlds Fittest Man Challenge’ to become one of only 5 in the world.
The following year on 29th September 2018, he became the first and only man to lift 1,000,000kg’s in under 24 hours to raise awareness for cystic fibrosis, beating the old record by over 500,000kg’s.
On 7th October 2019, he took on his first ever triathlon and swam 21 miles in Dover Leisure Centre (1,353 lengths), then cycled from Dover to St. James’s Palace where he was invited by HRH The Prince Of Wales to rest and eat before running 160 miles from London back to Cardiff. All in 5 days to raise money for CF Warriors and Rays Of Sunshine.