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By Peter van Kets,Tim Noakes

ISBN-10: 0992194938

ISBN-13: 9780992194932

What does it take to row 5,500km throughout an ocean?

Or to trek 500 miles via Antarctica?

How will we in achieving superb things?

Peter van Kets has performed this and extra, and but he may be the regular man round the corner. A instructor in East London with a passion for the sea, Peter was once given a unprecedented probability to compete within the 2007 Atlantic Rowing Race. His choice to understand this chance could swap his life.

Together with invoice Godfrey, he rowed around the Atlantic and received opposed to the percentages. Then he got here again years later to row it by myself, a very epic feat. After that he joined forces with event runner Braam Malherbe to symbolize South Africa within the distinctive Scott-Amundsen Centenary Race to the South Pole, the most gruelling patience occasions ever staged.

Peter's feats of persistence within the face of never-ending ice, snow and saltwater are testomony to the facility of the human spirit and the greatness attainable while a typical individual units out to do remarkable issues. In rowing the Atlantic and hiking the Antarctic, he has come to appreciate what it takes to beat the boundaries of your brain. to overcome your 8th Summit.

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