Norrøna ambassador Vincent Colliard reaches South Pole solo in record time

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Source: Mosaic Studios (Stein Retzlaff)

On Jan. 11, 2024, Norrøna ambassador Vincent Colliard became the fastest person in Antarctic history to reach the South Pole alone and unsupported on skis. He broke the previous world record by almost 2 days and covered 1140 km in 22 days, 6 hours and 8 minutes.

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