PROJECT ICEMAN: The Northern-Most Triathlon Ever





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Premiered Jul 21, 2019

On May 15, Anders made history when he completed the northern-most triathlon ever in Svalbard, Norway. He did a 1/2 Iceman - swimming 2 km, biking 90 km, and running 21.1 km in Adventdalen near Longyearbyen, the northernmost city in the world. This was the biggest milestone and test yet in the preparations for the full Iceman in Antarctica.

It proved not only a physical test for Anders but also a test for the team, the set-up, and safety.

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This was a big step towards that big dream.

Limitations are perceptions.


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A big thank you to Sam Newton (@samnewtonmedia) and Jan Bue Laumark (@janlaumark) for making this incredible video of the 1/2 Iceman.

Also, a big thank you to https://www.vincerowatches.com/ for making this possible.

Editors: Sam Newton & Jan Bue Laumark
Video: Sam Newton, Jan Bue Laumark & Nicklas Kold Nagel
Polar Guides: Loup Supéry & Paul Joghurt


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