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An impressive circumnavigation

From the website of Rosie Swale-Pope

“On 2nd October 2003 my 57th birthday, I’mm going to set off to run around the world. Making my dream come true and practical necessity, go together. I shall be solo, self supporting and on a very low budget. I couldn’t afford back up teams, luxury, or flights to different continent and stages across wide oceans.

My dearest wish anyway, is just to do a complete circle of the earth, planned to keep me on as much land mass as possible, This is also the coldest, hardest, most fascinating way, and includes almost 7,000 miles of Russia and Siberia.”

And now she’s almost done it! A brilliant feat. Read more here

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