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Alpine climber David Lama sets out to conquer Masherbrum in Pakistan

Alpine climber David Lama sets out to conquer Masherbrum in Pakistan

For me there is really no other rock face that reflects the impossible like the northeast face of Masherbrum. That is exactly what I find so exciting. When you stand in front of the mountain, the dimensions of it really become clear. You almost have the impression that the rock face never ends, like the …

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Lim Hyo-jun wins S. Korea’s first gold at PyeongChang 2018

Lim Hyo-jun wins S. Korea’s first gold at PyeongChang 2018

It’s day three of PyeongChang Winter Olympics. Close to 3000 athletes from over 90 countries are competing in the Games this year. They’re now snapping up some of the first medals, and South Korea’s got one gold already. Our Kim Hyesung tells us how the South Koreans are fairing so far. Passion and intense competition …

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5 Days in Norway | Oslo – Tromso – Arctic Circle – Snowmobile – Ferry – Nothern Lights

5 Days in Norway | Oslo – Tromso – Arctic Circle – Snowmobile – Ferry – Nothern Lights

Let’s go to take the train First day wearing a T-shirt It’s spring What’s better to go in Norway First transfer at Fredericia To go to Frederikshavn I have absolutely no idea where I am compared to the hotel I am lost This is the northern Danish city Next street Next street again My boat …

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DAILY VIDEO REPORTS: Day 4 Interview with CC Skiing Sprint (Women) Medalists

DAILY VIDEO REPORTS:  Day 4 Interview with CC Skiing Sprint (Women) Medalists

Whew, this was a smaller course than I anticipated which made the race challenging as we were too close to each other…and I finished second. Yes, I’ve won silver in the past. Oh, at first, I didn’t think I would perform well as short course races aren’t my strongest, I love competing long course races…at …

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Inside North Korea’s Ski Resort – Not what you would expect!

Inside North Korea’s Ski Resort – Not what you would expect!

We’re literally, and figuratively, behind (North) Korea’s red curtain. We’re literally, and figuratively, behind (North) Korea’s red curtain. We’re literally, and figuratively, behind (North) Korea’s red curtain. Oh, God! Oh, God! Good times! In February of 2016, we entered DPRK, (The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.) More commonly known as ‘North Korea.’ With skis in …