World’s first unsupported crossing of the Greenland ice cap by an amputee

Team MB'18: Jinung Beigabup Hut to Denmark

Team MB’18: Jinung Beigabup Hut to Denmark

The team enjoyed a shorter recovery ride today, climbing 2139ft and covering just 46km in a little under 6 hours. A snapped chain early on in the day made it the 3rd mechanical issue in 3 days!

They were joined by Mark from ABC news who had heard about their endeavour and wanted to interview them for a news story.
The day ended by the coast and Mark Douglas said:
“it was really nice to see the ocean at Denmark after spending so long in the trees!”

Tomorrow Team MB’18 will complete their epic challenge!

Track their journey to the finish line here >>
https://z6z.co/mb18

65 Degrees North is fundraising for The Royal Marines Charity who provide the best possible through life charitable support for Royal Marines, their families, veterans and cadets.

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