Youngest to Reach South Pole

Posted by admin 21 Jan 2014 Comments Off

The World Record of ‘youngest person to reach the South Pole’ has been achieved by Lewis Clarke (16 years) from Bristol, UK.
Lewis trekked the 702-mile route from the Antarctic coast to the South Pole. He spent almost 50 days on ice, skiing for an average of eight hours a day and faced temperatures as low as -50C (-58F) and winds of 120mph (193 kmh).
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