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Award winning DVD cover.
courtesy James Castrission and Justin Jones, SOURCE
Award Winning Producers Justin Jones (right) and Greg Quail. (Ed note: image replaced - previous Justin, in the image, incorrectly named as James.)
courtesy James Castrission and Justin Jones
Cas and Jonesy: "We are absolutely stoked (and humbled) [...] to win, is the realisation of a dream beyond our imagination!"
courtesy James Castrission and Justin Jones, SOURCE
At 2260km Norwegian Alexander Gamme (far left in image) broke the record for the longest unsupplied and unassisted skiing trek at Antarctica. Gamme also took the unofficial sportsmanship award in waiting for Aussie skiers Cas and Jonesy (yellow skiers with flag) at the finish line.
courtesy Aleksander Gamme, SOURCE
(Aleks left, no flag). His decision cost him a supreme world record but had the entire polar community jump to their feet in unanimous acclaim.
courtesy Aleksander Gamme, SOURCE

2012 Banff Mountain Film Festival winner: Crossing the Ice

Posted: Nov 06, 2012 05:31 pm EST

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(Newsdesk) At this year's Banff Mountain Film Festival, the documentary, Crossing the Ice, featuring Cas and Jonesy on their South Pole return ski, took three awards, including the Grand Prize. The documentary won the Adventure and Exploration category, the People's Choice Award and the Grand Prize.During the 2011-12 ski season on Antarctica the Australian duo, James Castrission and Justin Jones (aka Cas and Jonesy) man-hauled all their gear, food and fuel unassisted (no resupplies) and unsupported (no kites/cars) from the...

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