North Pole Solo 2010

Christina Franco, the British adventurer (44), is back -she, who among other campaigns, also aims to defend the cause of the African rhinoceros! She failed in her previous attempt in 2009, saying that she would try again. And now here she is again!

Follow-up

Below are all the news we published about the North Pole Solo 2010 expedition

  • Exit Christina

    Published on 04.04.2010

    In front of a lead of more than five kilometers wide, Christina Franco had to give up. She does not regret anything.

  • Christina’s Halfway There

    Published on 31.03.2010

    Just like the other teams on the ice in the area, Christina is having to cope with a strong westwardly drift. How?

  • Christina: Mother Nature will decide…

    Published on 29.03.2010

    The Londoner doesn't know what to do any more. Admittedly she has just been successfully resupplied (on 22 March), but her two sledges are too heavy for her if she has to get them across the same stretch three or four times.

  • A very difficult few days

    Published on 22.03.2010

    After a relatively straightforward start to her expedition, Christina Franco has been battling through a hell of wet and impenetrable ice. And now the drift factor has set in...

  • Christina In Tears

    Published on 19.03.2010

    On the ice since 03 March, Christina Franco is making good progress. Despite the ghastly terrain. Her immense delight: the magnificence of the landscapes that unveil their mysteries as she goes along.

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