Victorinox North Pole 09 Expedition
John Huston (32, Chicago) and Tyler Fisher (34, Minnesota) will try the trek Ward Hunt North Pole. They want to be the first Americans to walk unsupported to the North Pole. They passionately pursue challenge in order to engage life to their full potential.
Below are all the news we published about the Victorinox North Pole 09 Expedition expedition
Published on 19.05.2009
Let's come back for a moment to John Huston and Tyler Fish's expedition and tell you about the two memorable moments experienced by the young Americans during their visit to Norway just after completing their successful trek to the Pole.
Published on 11.05.2009
After achieving a significant first (John Huston and Tyler Fish were the first Americans to succeed in completing an unassisted trek to the North Pole), the two men can now spend a little time reliving their feat and enjoying their conquest at their ease.
Published on 27.04.2009
The two young Americans, John Huston and Tyler Fish, did everything they could to reach the Pole in time. In fact the final days of their adventure were really thrilling to follow.
Published on 21.04.2009
It looks like being a fine end to their expedition for the two young Americans. They do not appear to be concerned at all that they have had to start rationing their fuel and food rations. In fact they feel it adds spice to their adventure.
Published on 06.04.2009
In their desire to be positive in everything they do and by always seeing any obstacles as minor difficulties, the two men continue to make their way towards the North Pole without incident. And without asking too many questions.
Published on 30.03.2009
In a word, things are going really well for the Huston-Fish team. They are also making faster, more consistent progress. And happy to be there...
Published on 23.03.2009
John Huston talks about the different types of ice and then tells us something of the day-to-day routine out on the sea ice.
Published on 18.03.2009
Coverage of this expedition is particularly interesting. For once, it gets off the beaten track (i.e. the usual rather dry and technical description of the way things are progressing) and carries the visitor along on the fringes of a genuine feat of endurance. Riveting stuff...