Hoist the powerkites !

Published on 28.04.2009 - Thule to Thule

News from the two Danes is excellent. On 26th April, they set a record, covering the little matter of 136 km in the day. Under full sail, of course...

Once the two companions had collected their new sledges, they set about covering as much distance as they could. "There's not much more we can say," the men write. "We're too busy getting our new equipment in trim and travelling as fast as we can. The weather, of course, is also a factor. Well, I can tell you that it's really cold here and when the wind blows, things get even more difficult..."

Stay tuned: more news in a few days' time.

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