518 km in one day !

Published on 29.06.2009 - Kite Greenland 2009

Because this expedition has stopped sending back any dispatches in English and is only publishing its updates in Norwegian, we will be restricting ourselves from now on to the bare facts and figures about the progress of their adventure. Sorry about that.

Day 1: 3 June 2009. distance covered: 19 km
Day 2: 4 June 2009. distance covered: 0 km
Day 3: 5 June 2009. distance covered: 0 km
Day 4: 6 June 2009. distance covered: 44 km (N 62.45574 / W 46.89539)
Day 5: 7 June 2009. distance covered: 28.5 km (N 62.72008 / W 46.95422)
Day 6: 8 June 2009. distance covered: 65 km (N 63.29888 / W 46.81926)
Day 7: 9 June 2009. distance covered: 44.5 km (N 63.69785 / W 46.85554)
Day 8: 10 June 2009. distance covered: 107 km (N 64.117 / W 46.47424)
Day 9: 11 June 2009. distance covered: 0 km (pos id)
Day 10: 12 June 2009. distance covered: 62.3 km (N 65.19418 / W 46.28252)
Day 11: 13 June 2009. distance covered: 145.4 km (N 66.49793 / W 46. 28684)
Day 12: 14 June 2009. distance covered: 26 km (N 66.73594 / W 46.32220)
Day 13: 16 June 2009. distance covered: 12 km (N66.84343 / W 46. 35818) -here the date has been adjusted, but we do not know why they have added a day to their progress indicator.

Day 14: 17 June 2009. distance covered: 0 km (pos id)
Day 15: 18 June 2009. distance covered: 223.5 km (N 68.84630 / W 46.35719)
Day 16: 19 June 2009. distance covered: 0 km (pos id)
Day 17: 20 June 2009. distance covered: 0 km (pos id)
Day 18: 21 June 2009, distance covered: 0 km (pos id)
Day 19: 22 June 2009, distance covered: 0 km (pos id)
Day 20: 23 June 2009, distance covered: 518 km (N 73.37678 / W 47.46996)

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