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Interview: Dixie Dansercoer on Sledding to Russia from the North Pole

Veteran Belgian adventurer Dixie Dansercoer's many long-haul polar expeditions include the first North-to-South crossing of Antarctica in 1998. Together with fellow Belgian Alain Hubert, the pair manhauled and kite-skied 3,924km in 99 days. Dansercoer and Hubert also made the first crossing of the A...

Ash Routen

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