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Glenn & Heather Singleman

Glenn & Heather Singleman

They work and play together, and (so far) their partnership has produced three world records and two Australian records in extreme sport, including the worlds highest BASEjump in a wingsuit from 6604m on Mt Meru.

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Testimonials for Glenn & Heather Singleman

“Glenn and Heather were inspirational. They linked their experiences to the topic of our conference and had the audience spellbound. Heather’s experiences and her commitment to achieve her goal of BASEjumping with Glenn, despite many setbacks highlighted the need to take responsibility, and to put strategies in place that minimise risk while preparing mentally and physically to achieve a vision. I don’t think we can top their presentation, their charm or their willingness to give time to the many people who wanted to speak with them. These brief comments don’t do justice to Glenn and Heather and their amazing life”.

June Dous, Thales Australia.


“In staging a successful event, you have to find a “WOW” segment. You certainly provided that element and more! No matter what personal fears we all have, you showed that there is really no limit to what one can achieve if one sets one’s mind to it. Glenn, we all climb our different mountains every day of our lives. You’ve shown us how we can harness the fear and turn it into positive thrust. Thank you from the bottom of my heart”.

Tom Carroll, Chief Manager Sales Commonwealth Bank, Australia


Heather and Glenn went well above and beyond what I was expecting. The presentation had everyone on the edge of their seat. It was inspiring, entertaining and motivational - exactly what we requested. They got plenty of laughs out of the audience and even moved a couple of us to tears at one point. This was a truly wonderful experience and I would DEFINITELY recommend booking Heather and Glenn to anyone else wishing to have fabulous entertainment at dinner. Thank you so much.

UniSuper Management

Glenn & Heather Singleman Travels from NSW
Fee Range: :$5001 to $10000

Glenn & Heather Singleman's Biography

Dr. Glenn Singleman and Heather Swan are an Australian husband and wife team. They work and play together, and (so far) their partnership has produced three world records and two Australian records in extreme sport, including the worlds highest BASEjump in a wingsuit from 6604m on Mt Meru in the Indian Himalaya (BASEClimb 3 project) and the first (& only) wingsuit crossing of the Grand Canyon (April 2015).


In addition to being a professional adventurer, Glenn is a multi-award winning documentary filmmaker and a practicing medical doctor with a special interest in the physiology and psychology of fear. Heather is a successful author and photographer. They are also sought after professional speakers, having spoken to tens-of-thousands of people, at corporate, community and government events around the world.


Glenn and Heather have featured a number of times on 60 Minutes and Australian Story along with countless other media appearances.


Their story touches everyone fortunate enough to hear it. It has all the elements of wonderful entertainment - unique images and video and polished presenters - but more than that it teaches in a direct, engaging style the universal principals of peak performance. The emotional attributes every manager is looking to promote in themselves and in their staff. All of this, plus the appeal of a joint presentation from a man and a woman, a husband and wife team with unique achievements.


Heather Swan is the only woman in the world to combine mountaineering and BASEjumping, let alone wingsuit BASEjumping. She is a mother, award winning author and successful businesswoman. Glenn Singleman is a medical professional who can demonstrate with hard science, the benefits of adventure in overcoming our fears. He believes that it is only by overcoming fear that we can achieve our full human potential.


Their adventures have also been seen by hundreds of millions of people around the world via their acclaimed documentary films.


Heather and Glenn live 85kms South West of Sydney, Australia. Between them they care for four children, six dogs, two horses and nine chickens.