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Ryan Waters and Cecilie Skog interviewed by ExplorersWeb!

On 21st January 2010 new polar history was written.Cecilie Skog and Ryan Waters successfully crossed Antarctica! In an interview ExplorersWeb did with Ryan Waters and Cecilie Skog, they say: “The mental part was the most difficult part”.
Cecilie Skog,Ryan Water

Photo. Ryan Waters and Cecilie Skog celebrate the succesfull expedition. 
© Cecilie Skog`s website.

Nearly a century after Roald Amundsen reached the South Pole in 1911, the Norwegian female Cecilie Skog, 35, and the American man Ryan Waters, 36, reached Ross Ice Shelf and made the first unassisted crossing of Antarctica. They skied 70 days from Berkner Island to the Axel Heiberg Glacier via the Geographic South Pole.

Each year ExplorersWeb chose expeditions for awards who have contributed in an extraordinary way to the Spirit of Adventure in 2009. Cecilie and Ryans`s expeditions might be a good candidate for ExplorersWeb`s awards in 2010.

Read the interview on ExplorersWeb`s website: The Poles

Stein Morten Lund, 25 January 2010

Additional information
ExplorersWeb has kept their readers updated with information about expedition during the crossing of Antarctica: www.ExplorersWeb.com

Cecilie Skog`s website: http://cecilieskog.vgb.no


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