Gamme has no more than 226 km to go

Published on 19.12.2011 - Antarctica 2011- 2012

For TO Alexander Gamme everything is OK

For TO Alexander Gamme everything is OK

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Norwegian Alexander Gamme is continuing his march towards the Pole. He is confident for the next few days to come: the South Pole is not anymore too far away...

The day 50 of his expedition (17 December) Gamme has performed another 30 km in 9 hours and a half skiing.

This Norwegian traveller is amazed to see how his body is functionning so well although it is put every day -and almost every second of the day- to the strain of the skiing and the fatigue of the skiing nine to ten hours every day.

He says that he has the impression that from now on, his body can respond to any kind of stress or demand coming from an outside environment without showing any kind of injuries. He says also that his high motivation throughout all these previous days of expedition is one of the main secret of the achievement of his voyage. He is almost certain to be able to make it until the Pole.

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