Nirmal Purja, known as Nims, is a Gurkha who proudly served in one of the British military's most distinguished regiments in defence of the United Kingdom. Nims is the first Gurkha to climb Mount Everest while serving the British Military and he is the current holder of multiple World Records for the fastest ascent of double and triple header mountains in the ‘higher than 8000m’ category. Nims was awarded an MBE for his outstanding achievements in high altitude mountaineering. In 2019, Nims embarked on 'Bremont Project Possible', an attempt to scale 14 of the world’s highest peaks, all of them over 8,000m, in just 7 months. The previous record is over 7 years.
A CHALLENGE LIKE NO OTHER
In 2019, Nims embarked on a record-breaking attempt to scale 14 of the world’s highest peaks, all of them over 8,000m. The previous attempt took over 7 years. If successful this will smash that record by completing the challenge in just 7 months. As a retired member of the Gurkhas and SBS, as well as being the current world record holder for climbing 3 of the 8,000ers in the fastest time ever recorded, Bremont ambassador Sporting the new Bremont S300 White, Nims aims to establish a paradigm shift in the perception of human potential, breaking more than 7 speed world records on mountains above 8,000m.