I am Ollie Ollerton. And this is my incredible journey.

 
 
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I am a former UK Special Forces Soldier and directing staff (DS) from Channel 4's SAS: Who Dares Wins. This amazingly popular show brought the Special Forces into the public eye. It was the first time we all saw how mental strength and physical power could combine to incredible effect.

 

In fact, I was one of the first former members of the UK Special Forces members to talk about my experiences and turn them into a positive force for good.

 
 
 

Here are some of my projects

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Ollie Ollerton: Bio

Ollie’s military career began at the age of 18 when he joined the Royal Marine Commando’s and toured operationally in Northern Ireland & Operation Desert Storm in Iraq.

Upon his return to the UK Ollie was recommended for SAS Special Forces Selection after five years service with Commando’s. Upon completion of the grueling 6 months selection process Ollie was one of 5 candidates to pass selection from an initial 250 that started the course.

On completion of SAS selection Ollie then joined the Special Boat Service, (SBS) to undergo further training to qualify as a Special Forces Combat Frogman.

During his six years in the SBS he undertook a number of high profile missions in a variety of locations both on land and sea. Ollie’s missions included hostage rescue, counter narcotics, counter terrorism, homeland security, counter insurgency operations and humanitarian efforts. Ollie also qualified as a pilot of the Submersible Dive Vessel (SDV), a mini sub used to insert Special Forces Combat Soldiers behind enemy lines.

Ollie is a cornerstone of the team that brought the Special Forces into the public eye with the Channel Four series SAS: Who Dares Wins, and CEO of BREAK-POINT, an organisation for both public and corporate that focuses on changing peoples limiting beliefs and performance.

For more information on my team training, motivational talks or projects, please contact me here.

 

Ollie Ollerton: Charity work

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