Sub-Zero Antarctic Expedition

An American, Todd Carmichael, and a Briton, Jason De Carteret, are attempting the trek between Hercules Inlet and the South Pole.

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Below are all the news we published about the Sub-Zero Antarctic Expedition expedition

  • Impossible to reach the pole this time around…

    Published on 27.12.2007

    Alone out on the ice after his companion Jason de Carteret had been forced to abandon the trek, Todd Carmichael has decided that he would not be able to reach the South Pole within the time set. He has decided to give up the attempt as well.

  • A terrifying storm…

    Published on 18.12.2007

    Following the departure of his companion, Todd Carmichael is now alone out on the ice, having to cope with some appalling weather.

  • Todd continues alone

    Published on 08.12.2007

    It has been a tough start for the Todd Carmichael and Jason de Carteret expedition. Jason has been evacuated because he was suffering from serious foot problems as they scaled the polar plateau.

  • Good progress

    Published on 02.12.2007

    The Sub-Zero expedition was also aboard ALE's second Ilyushin flight from Punta to Patriot Hills, which dropped the adventurers off in Antarctica on 29th November.

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