ANI South Pole Quest 2007/08

Having achieved Everest in 2006 and the North Pole last spring, Adrian Hayes now wants to pull off his third feat, the South Pole, in the course of the next southern summer.


Below are all the news we published about the ANI South Pole Quest 2007/08 expedition

  • Mission accomplished for Hayes and his companions.

    Published on 01.01.2008

    Despite the problems experienced by two of his fellow travellers, suffering from a variety of ills and injuries, Adrian Hayes's team has managed to get everyone to the South Pole safe and sound.

  • Less than a hundred kilometres to go…

    Published on 26.12.2007

    Two members of the team are really not feeling very well at all. Nonetheless, the expedition is still progressing, providing a fine example of courage and sportsmanship...

  • Half way point reached!

    Published on 17.12.2007

    The past week of the Ani South Pole Quest expedition has been a difficult one. But the group is still on schedule and, as of December 6, had reached half the trip's course.

  • Excellent Progress

    Published on 07.12.2007

    Apart from the odd minor knocks that are part and parcel of this type of sport, all five members of the ANI South Pole Quest are fighting fit and are covering the ground with the reassuring regularity of a metronome!

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