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Solo record holder to ski to the North Pole

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A NEWBURY woman who became the fastest person to trek solo and unsupported to the South Pole is now planning to ski to the North Pole on her own.

Hannah McKeand, 34, got her first world record in December 2006 but has now set her sights on becoming the first woman to ski solo and unsupported on the 415-nautical-mile trek over shifting ice.

Hannah, former marketing manager at the Watermill Theatre,will start from Ward Hunt Island on the northern coast of Canada and hopes to complete the epic journey in 60 days, next February.

Only one person has ever successfully made the solo and unsupported journey from Canada to the North Pole - in 2003 British explorer Pen Hadow cracked the route after three attempts.
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