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Nando Parrado Featured Survivor of Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571; New York Times Bestselling Author; Rugby Legend; Hero; Inspiration for "Alive" Film
Survivors of 1972 Uruguay plane crash revisit their tale of going to the extremes to live
An ABC News Studios documentary talks with survivors 50 years later.
What the Andes Miracle Teaches About Leadership
Fifty years after the “Miracle of the Andes,” a University of Pennsylvania lecturer looks back at the harrowing plane crash and extracts lessons in leadership from the accounts of survivors.
Netflix, ‘The Impossible' Director J.A. Bayona Wrap Spain Shoot on ‘Society of the Snow,' an Uplifting Disaster Movie
Spain's J.A. Bayona, director of “The Impossible” and “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” is close to wrapping production on the Spanish leg of Netflix's “Society of the Snow,” (“La sociedad de la nieve”), one of the Spanish-speaking world's most ambitious upcoming features for 2023.
Case Study: "Virtual Made It Possible"
Case Study: GDA connects Burgundy Asset Management, Ltd. with Nando Parrado for a wildly successful virtual event within 3 weeks.
'When you have only one option... it's easier than you think'
On October 13, 1972, an airplane carrying 45 passengers and crew members crashed in a remote area of the Andes Mountains.
Alive: Rugby Team's Fabled Survival In Andes
Sky News, October 2015: As Uruguay take on England, Sky speaks to one of the Uruguayan rugby players involved in a miracle tale of survival in the 1970s.
How Surviving a Plane Crash Applies to Business and Life
Vancity Buzz, May 2015: When Nando Parrado was a teenager, the plane he was travelling in with his elite rugby team crashed head-on into the frozen Andes Mountains at cruising speed. Only 16 of the 45 passengers on board survived.