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Henry Worsley, a British explorer attempting the first unassisted solo crossing of Antarctica, died Jan. 24, 71 days after setting out and within 30 miles of his goal. He was 55.
They spent nine months on a boat, rowing two-hour shifts all day, seven days a week, without a toilet and with only an hour-and-a-half nap at a time. Four British women completed their arduous journey across the Pacific Ocean on Monday after rowing about 8,500 miles from San Francisco to Cairns, Australia.
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