How To SURVIVE ALONE In Antarctica For 47 Days

Tim Jarvis has re-enacted two of the harshest Antarctic expeditions ever, choosing to do them in the original clothing & gear used a century ago.
Like Douglas Mawson, he pulled a sled alone across the Antarctic for 300 miles. And like Ernest Shackleton, he led a small team in a row boat for 2 weeks in the most dangerous polar ocean in the world. This is his story.
Welcome to camp.

The Man That Survived Antarctica for 47 Days

My name is Mark Gagnon and I do a podcast called Flagrant with Andrew Schulz, Akaash Singh, and AlexxMedia. This is a my solo project where I talk to the most interesting people in the world. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

00:00 – Intro
00:43 – Pod Starts
2:11 – The Journey Of Douglas Mawson
15:00 – How do you drag a sled for a month through Antarctica?
24:00 – Dangling to your death, and climbing out
27:21 – The Journey Of Ernest Shackleton
37:15 – Sailing through the most dangerous ocean in the world
44:15 – Leadership in the harshest terrain in the world

Intro Edit – Chifftie

Thank you to Colm McGuinness for letting me use your song “Hoist The Colors” for the intro

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