Chinese Ski Team on the North Pole hot air balloon

Standing In Camp Borneo in front of a Hot Air Balloon.

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The Chinese Ski Team standing on the North Pole, hot air balloon
Wang Qiuyang watches as a hot air balloon takes off over the North Pole base camp, Camp Borneo. 
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Wang Qiuyang in Camp Borneo near the North Pole in front of a hot air balloon
Photo by Cao Jun

Wang Qiuyang standing in Camp Barneo just as a hot air balloon takes off in the background.  Notice the ice in her hair.  This picture was taken only about 66 miles from the Geographic North Pole in 2005.  Wang Qiuyang is from China and is in tremendous shape, as she needs to be for her ski trip to the actual North Pole.   A trip like this is like running ten miles a day for ten days straight.  But it's really more than that, you must pull a 270 lb sledge and do all of this at temperatures as low as forty degrees below zero and wind chills of minus seventy degrees.  You must has a lot of upper body strength because it's not just pulling the sledge, it's pulling it up and over many, many pressure ridges.  If you ever get to meet Wang personally, you wouldn't believe that she could complete this incredible adventure.  You will also notice that she has the nicest personality.  As the webmaster, I am finding that the people who have the nicest personalities are the people that will push themselves to the absolute limit and then keep on pushing.  It's the attitude of success.



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