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Rosie Stancer

Rosie Stancer

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In March 2007, British female explorer Rosie Stancer will fly to Ward Hunt Island on the northern tip of Canada and set off on her epic journey across the frozen Arctic Ocean. She wants to be the first woman in the world to walk solo to the North Pole.

She'll be hauling her sledge over 415 nautical miles of frozen Arctic Ocean for 60 days. This trek will be unsupported.

This endeavour is a mental as well as physical challenge of the greatest possible order. In reaching the Pole and realising her dream, Rosie wishes to demonstrate to others that goals, however daunting they may be, can be achieved.

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