He should have reached the Pole by now…

Published on 29.12.2008 - SoloAntarctica

With no news from Mark Langridge since last Friday, and basing ourselves on his latest updates, we can only assume that he must be arriving at the Pole either today or tomorrow.

On Wednesday 24th December, Mark told us that having covered 506 nautical miles, he only had 94 nautical miles (174 kilometres) left to go to the Pole. The following day he did another 33 nautical miles, taking him to just 61 nautical miles or 113 kilometres from his goal.

But we have no further news from him since last Friday. Which leads us to believe that Mark has indeed arrived at the Pole or is on the brink of reaching the end of his expedition.

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