This section is featuring the latest news regarding adventure in the polar regions and from the expeditions we are following closely.
Published on 11.01.2012 - Climate Neutral Pole 2 Pole
As usual, the dispatches of Swedish cyclist Johan Ernst Nilson are brief and terse.
Published on 10.01.2012 - The Scott Amundsen Centenary Race
After 68 days and 700 nautical miles, Henry Worlsey and Lou Rudd forming the Amundsen team have arrived at the South Pole on 9 January. The other team doesn't know yet they have been beaten by their companions.
Published on 10.01.2012 - North South Solo Expedition -Leg 2
Marc Wood has just completed the first leg of his North South Pole challenge. Reaching the South Pole solo and unsupported on 10 January 2012.
Published on 09.01.2012 - Acciona Windpower Antarctica 90°S
Larramendi and team have difficulties to move away from the South Pole with their sled-engine. The winds are blowing in the wrong direction.
Published on 09.01.2012 - Kaspersky One TransAntarctic Expedition
Felicity Aston has reached the Thiel Mountains where ALE logistics had dropped for her a food and fuel depot few weeks ago. She is half way home and has no more than 17 days to go before the last flight (of this season) out of Antarctica takes place.
Published on 09.01.2012 - South Pole 1911-2011, Two Men One Goal
The polar expeditioners like so much to have the word 'First' somewhere written on the final outcome of their trek. That's done for Albert Bosch.
Published on 09.01.2012 - Pole to Pole Run
Pat Farmer is continuing his extraordinary adventure. He was strong enough on the bitumen of the roads and highways of both Americas, achieving almost two marathons each day. On the ice, he seems to be even stronger. Let's listen to what famous explorer Eric Philips thinks of him...
Published on 09.01.2012 - Antarctica 2011-12 Legacy Crossing
Pair Copeland / McNair is enduring setback after setback -this time the loss of two sleeping bags during kiting! They nevertheless manage to keep covering excellent mileage, day after day... 228.5 kil on 6 January, for instance.
Published on 08.01.2012 - Cas & Jonesy : Crossing the Ice
Since turning around after their arrival at the SP, Australians Justin Jones and James Castrission have made good progress towards their final destination Hercules Inlet. But they start to be very tired indeed.
Published on 08.01.2012 - The South Pole Jubilee Expedition
Of course on the return trip SP > Hercules Inlet, things look easier : in general, expedtioners have better winds, milder temperatures and descending itinerary. But the distance remains though.