Farmer’s pace on the ice : 70 kil a day

Published on 04.01.2012 - Pole to Pole Run

Since he started his Antarctic run in the vincinity of Patriot Hills, P. Farmer is covering 70 kil every day. According to his staff (famous Australian explorer Eric Philips and his cameraman), he is in top form.

The van which should accompanying them all the way through to the SP has not started yet -some extra installations needed to be done. But Eric and the cameraman are bringing every support he needs during his run. Food, drinks, tablets, and so on.

Pat is runing 10 kil before he stops and wait for the team. Then they make sure they pause is not too long.

Since 29 December, the total distance done by Pat Farmer is 335 kil. and on 4 January they had another 816 kil to go.

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