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In 2008, British explorer Alex Hibbert, 23, completed one the longest unsupported Arctic journeys in history. Along with teammate George Bullard, the voyager took 113 days to haul specially-designed sledges over 1370 miles in tough arctic conditions without support.

“I would certainly never do that particular expedition again – I’ve completed it and have closure on that particular chapter,” Hibbert said in an interview ahead of the publication of his book “The Long Haul” on March 15. Initially only published in the U.K. by Tricorn Books, he hopes his book with be distributed in the U.S. later in the year.


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