Antarctic Team Reach South Pole

Three world-class adventurers, including ultra-runner Ray Zahab, legendary arctic explorer Richard Weber, and elite adventurer Kevin Vallely have treked 680 miles (1094 kilometers), self-supported, to the South Pole in under the record of 39 days. Dragging sleds weighing over 160 pounds (73 kilograms) the adventurers reached their goal in the heart of the Antarctic in some 33 days on January 7th 2009.

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