SUMMIT!!! After today's  climb on Everest Janusz Kochanski became the world record holder

Alexander Abramov, leader of the expedition, from the camp 7800.  Today at 7500, we met Janusz Kochanski, our member from Poland, which is already the second time takes part in our expeditions on Everest. We let him go ahead of our ... read more

Alexander Abramov, leader of the expedition, from the camp 7800.

 Today at 7500, we met Janusz Kochanski, our member from Poland, which is already the second time takes part in our expeditions on Everest. We let him go ahead of our group to make a world record. And he did it. After today's climb, the speed record for completing all of the "seven summits" is 128 days. Janusz began in Antarctica, it was January 13 or 14, with Mount Vinson. And he finished on 20th of May, when he climbed Mount Everest.

 

 

 

 

 

Record of Colin O’Brady from 2016 was 132 days.

Group of Alex Abramov moved to 7800, the team of Sergey Larin is waited in base camp

 Alexander Abramov, leader of the expedition, from the slopes of Everest.  Our team Abramov Alex, Briman Daniil, Kravt Eugene, Tebiev Valery, Akkaev  Aznaur – all climbed to 7800. We feel excellent. The weather is a ... read more

 Alexander Abramov, leader of the expedition, from the slopes of Everest.

 Our team Abramov Alex, Briman Daniil, Kravt Eugene, Tebiev Valery, Akkaev  Aznaur – all climbed to 7800. We feel excellent. The weather is a little windy. With us four Sherpas are going up. We already camped in tents, ate, everything is OK. Tomorrow at 10 am we go to 8300.

 In the base camp staff and friends prepare to meet the heroes, the team of Sergey Larin  shall be back tonight.