Always an outdoorsman, Martin M. Frey (BS ’83) grew up fishing with his dad. At age 10, with money earned from recycling newspaper, he bought a little sailboat—an interest that later became a passion. Following a successful business career, Frey signed up for Ironman triathlons and other adventure races before turning his attention to mountain climbing. While scaling Mt. Denali he made a goal of climbing the Seven Summits—comprising each continent’s highest peak. Once he’d accomplished that, Frey—with wife, Kym, and daughter, Lily—bought a yacht and began sailing the Seven Seas. On April 17, 2016, after 11 years, he became a world-record holder as the first person to conquer both feats.