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14yr old Polar Explorer Jade Hameister on Triple J this afternoon

May 05, 2016

14yr old Polar Explorer Jade Hameister on Triple J this afternoon

Jade Hameister, a 14 year old Victorian adventurer, recently became the youngest person to ski more than a last degree to the North Pole. Tune into Triple J Radio this afternoon from 3pm AEST to hear all about this amazing endeavour.

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Jade will be attempting the Polar hat trick over the next few years, and as of last week she is well on her way. Jade and her father Paul are accompanied by Petter Nyquist cameraman, and polar explorer and Mont Ambassador Eric Philips.

With the North Pole now complete the next step is the crossing of Greenland, and finally to the South Pole.

Mont is proud to protect Jade and her crew with Hydronaute Pro shellwear and Icicle down jackets on this amazing endeavour.

To learn more about Jade and her amazing adventures follow her on Instagram @jadehameister.

Jade Hameister celebrate at the North Pole


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