Guest Blog: DHL – 22nd January 2019

DHL Express is extremely proud to have partnered with Jenny for her world record attempt in skiing solo, unsupported to the South Pole. We chose to support Jenny in her expedition because she matches our company’s passion for tackling challenges head on. Her can-do attitude shone through in Antarctica whilst navigating the whiteouts and extremely challenging conditions. The […]

Jenny Davis: Solo To The South Pole

After suffering with worsening abdominal pain in the last week, doctors have medevac’d Jenny from Antarctica to Chile for medical treatment. She is currently in hospital in Puntas Arenas with suspected appendicitis. She is naturally disappointed but is in positive spirits and sends her thanks to the doctors, pilots and the entire team at ALE […]

Sastrugi Sightings – 30th December 2018

Day Sixteen: 180 miles travelled, 535 miles remaining The winds finally started dropping  and the clouds cleared a little today. There was more sunshine by the afternoon, which was great but now I’m in my tent sweltering – solar radiation is doing its thing through the tent fabric! I listened to Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari on Audible for […]

Guest Blog: Ben Fogle – 29th December 2018

Day Fifteen: 166 miles travelled, 534 miles remaining In 2014, my husband Matt – made it to the final two in the selection process for Ben Fogle’s team-mates for an expedition to the South Pole, in which they set out to recreate the famous ‘Race to the Pole’ by Robert Falcon Scott and Roald Amundsen 100 years […]