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Swedish Woman to Climb Mt. Everest on a Motorcycle

26
June
2003
  Posted at 07:00:22 PM
  File under  Celebrities Female Records
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Paris, France

Annie Seel
An aerial view of the Mt Everest (L). A Swedish woman hopes to climb Mount Everest (news - web sites) on a motorcycle.(AFP/File/Kazuhiro Nogi)
A Swedish woman, Annie Seel, is planning to break the world record of the highest altitude attained by a motorcycle by attempting to climb the Mount Everest. The current record is 5,230 meters, while her planned attempt will start at 5,100 meters. According to the Annie Seel, if a Yak (the animal) can climb the mountain, so can a motorcycle!

Seel distinguished herself by finishing the Paris-Dakar rally despite a broken wrist. She has a website: Rally Princess




Click here to read more about it. Source: Yahoo News






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