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Relentless

Dean Stott

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Biography: historical, political & military

The incredible story of a special forces soldier turned world record breaker

For readers of Ant Middleton, Jason Fox, and SAS: WHO DARES WINS, comes the extraordinary story of Special Forces soldier Dean Stott.

Everybody has heard the SAS motto that who dares wins, but special forces warrior Dean Stott also lives his life by another powerful mantra - that of the relentless pursuit of excellence. In 16 years of service, Dean rose to the top of Britain's fighting force, taking part of some of the most daring and dangerous operations in the war on terror.

But then, following a horrific parachuting accident, Dean's dream career was cut short, and his ethos was put to its toughest test. Just like the day when Dean's dad said that he could never make it as a soldier, Dean's doctors told him that he would never again perform at the elite level.

To put it mildly, Dean disagreed, but even those that knew him were staggered by the mission that he set himself - the man who didn't own a bike would cycle the Pan American Highway, a 14,000 mile route that stretches from Argentina to Alaska, passing through some of the most dangerous countries in the world. A passionate mental health campaigner, Dean decided to up the stakes further by setting himself the task of raising a million pounds for charity. With two world records also in his sights, the stage was set for Dean to rediscover the tenacity, bravery, and downright doggedness that saw him rise to the top of the Special Forces. The final curveball arrived in the shape of a wedding invitation from his old friend Prince Harry - would he make it back in time for the royal wedding, or at all?

Dean Stott is Relentless, and this is his story.

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Dean Stott

After an exemplary 16 years of exemplary service, including six in the Special Boat Service, Dean left the forces in 2011. For the next five years he worked in the private security sector, earning a reputation for taking on any job, no matter how dangerous. In 2016, Dean switched his determined focus to helping others - attempting to cycle the Pan American Highway in record breaking time, raising money along the way for charities championed by his friend, HRH Prince Harry.

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