further faster podcast | montane


Welcome to the Further. Faster. Podcast, in association with Montane, the FREE podcast that asks ultra athletes, mountaineers and adventurers the why and the how of what they do.

Each month we’ll speak to different athletes, race organisers and experts from across the world to explore their motivations and what drives them to attempt such intimidating activities in the most extreme environments.


further faster podcast episode 4: steve plain | montane


Steve Plain talks of his world-record breaking 7 Summits expedition completed over 4 months in early 2018 when the expedition clock stopped atop Mt Everest on the 14th May 2018, shaving eight days off the previous world record.Overcoming serious injury and hardship, and raising a significant sum of money for charity in the process, Steve talks engagingly about the highs and lows of such an expedition, and what inspired him to achieve the impossible.


Further Faster Podcast Episode 1: marcus scotney and montane yukon arctic ultra | Montane


presenter Daniel Neilson talks to ultra runner Marcus Scotney about his training, a recent race in Costa Rica (which didn’t fully go to plan) and his other career as an actor. He also offers up some valuable running tips. We also speak to Robert Pollhammer, the Race Director of the Coldest Race on Earth; Montane Yukon Arctic Ultra, about the most recent race edition and what it takes to finish this epic race.

Further faster podcast episode 2: malcolm bass


In this second episode, presenter Daniel Neilson talks to British Alpinist Malcolm Bass. Malcolm discusses how he started his climbing career, his caving roots in North Yorkshire, how he manages to combine his passion with his full-time job as a Clinical Psychologist as well as how that helps him choose the ideal climbing partner, with Malcolm discussing his next Himalayan project and why he’s got the perfect personality to take on these dangerous peaks. 

further faster podcast episode 3: Debbie martin Consani | Montane


Debbie became a part of the Montane athlete team in 2011 and has represented Scotland and Great Britain in 100K and 24-hour races. Her 10-year journey includes the West Highland Way Race, GUCR, Transgrancanaria, Montane Lakeland 50 & 100, Spartathlon and Tour des Geants. Debbie’s performances – and goals – are indicative of an athlete with the highest levels of physical and mental strength and will inspire you to get out in the mountains.