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Topping Out on Mount Vinson...again

ANI has completed another 100% successful expedition on Mount Vinson. All nine guests on our V2 Experience summited, together with three ANI guides on 13th December.

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Adventure Meets Science en Route to the Pole

The Willis Resilience Expedition is a two-part Antarctic expedition, involving both scientific discovery and human endurance.

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In the Spotlight - Devon McDiarmid

Leading a 50-60 day expedition across Antarctica takes a love of adventure, skill and experience, and equal doses of patience, flexibility, and humor. ANI Ski South Pole guide Devon McDiarmid has all that and more.

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2013 Antarctic Marathon Results

Congratulations to all the 2013 Antarctic Ice Marathon participants! Petr Vabrousek (CZE) won the men's race and set a new Antarctic Ice Marathon record of 3:34.47 hrs. Top women's finisher was Fiona Oakes (GBR) with a record time of 4:20.02.

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Expedition Update

Scott Expedition begins their trek | Richard Parks reveals Project X | Daniel Burton's epic bike to the pole

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In the Spotlight - Tim Hewette

What does it take to be ALE's Field Manager? Meet Tim Hewette, remote logistics consultant, expedition leader, high-altitude mountain guide, safety specialist, and all-round good guy.

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2013 Expedition Line-up

The Antarctic season fast approaches and expedition teams are getting ready to head south. Here is the line-up of 2013 ANI-supported expeditions.

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South Pole Sunrise

After 6 months 'night', the sun is an odd sight on the horizon and seeing it is a bit of a watershed moment. So says Keith, in his blog "Life at the South Pole".

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In the Spotlight - Marc De Keyser

Weather forecasts play a key operational and safety role in ANI, whether it be a decision to launch an Ilyushin flight; planning ski aircraft movements; or a summit bid on Mount Vinson. ANI's forecaster, Marc De Keyser takes it all in stride.

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The Scott Expedition Countdown

Ben Saunders and his fellow adventurer, Tarka L’Herpiniere, are only days away from departing on the longest unsupported polar journey in history. The Scott Expedition will attempt to re-trace and complete Captain Robert Falcon Scott's 1,800 mile (2,900 km) Terra Nova Expedition route from Ross Island to the South Pole and back.

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