Fearnley set himself a new challenge in 2009 when he crawled the length of the Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea.
Pushing the Limits takes us inside the mind of a kid with a disability growing up in a tiny town, a teenager finding his place in the world, and an elite sportsman who refuses to give up, no matter how extreme the challenge. When Kurt Fearnley was a kid, he would leave his wheelchair at the front gate and go exploring with his brothers and sisters. 'You're going to have to be stronger than we are,' they told him, 'and we know you will be.'
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ABC News 2014, Kurt Fearnley: pushing the limits [HD] Life Matters, ABC RN, 6 November, viewed 25 August 2021, <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAdaUlyNSXQ>.
Fearnley, K & Green, W 2014, Pushing the Limits, Penguin Group (Australia), Melbourne, Victoria.