In April 2018, a team of ten adventurers embarked on an expedition to the North Pole. They made this journey in aid of Borne to raise awareness of premature birth, and £750,000 for new research in to its prevention.
They walked for 8 hours daily across constantly moving ice, pulling a 60kg sledge with everything they needed to survive. They crossed pans of ice and navigated through open leads, rubbles and ridges. They faced temperatures between -30°C and -45°C. Totally self sufficient, braving ferocious weather and possible encounters with polar bears…..
Polar explorers on the mission included: Alan Chambers MBE, Alex Kroner, Dean Mumm, Georgie Breitmeyer, Jason Fox, Joey Worldige, Julian Mylchreest, Neil Counihan, Uzi Yemin, Wayne Hoyle, Will Greenwood MBE
This expedition demonstrates what hard work and commitment to a unified cause can really achieve. Endeavour Through AdversityThruDark