Setbacks continue for Carmichael.

Published on 19.11.2008 - Expedition Earth

After six days on the move, the American businessman has finally reached the top of the slight incline at Hercules Inlet. And fortunately, the wind has also died down.

Despite that, he is not out of the woods yet, as they say, because technical problems continue to plague him. Not only has one of his ski sticks broken, but his goggles are also damaged. Plus he still hasn't been able to repair the bindings on his boot, which broke on day 1.

Then, on 19th November, another binding was showing signs of weakness, although that didn't stop Todd from having his best day to date, 26 km, taking him beyond 81 degrees south.

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