While Prince Harry is leading his team to victory in Antarctica, another, equally-grueling race is about to begin.
Row2Recovery, an organization supported by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry through their Endeavour Fund, will row 3,000 miles across the Atlantic on December 4th. The team is… More »
The 208-mile Walking With The Wounded race has began, and Prince Harry’s team is in first place.
All three teams – Great Britain, Commonwealth and America – started at 87 degrees south yesterday at 1:30pm GMT, skiing for five hours before setting up camp for the night.
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While making final preparations for his team’s race to the South Pole, Prince Harry spoke to Sky News royal correspondent Paul Harrison from Antarctica.
For the most part, everyone in Harry’s family is excited for his journey, although Prince Charles is a bit nervous for his youngest son.
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After a polar storm delayed the start of their race by 48 hours, all three teams participating in Walking With The Wounded’s South Pole Challenge finally landed in Antarctica today.
Sky News royal correspondent Paul Harrison followed Prince Harry from Cape Town, South Africa to Russia’s Novolazarevskaya Station in Antarctica, capturing images of the… More »
Today, the three teams competing in Walking With the Wounded’s race to the South Pole gathered in Trafalgar Square before Sunday’s departure, where Prince Harry helped reveal the Virgin Money Endeavour Trophy, to be given to the winning team.
All three teams – Great Britain, Commonwealth and the United States – have been… More »
Prince Harry’s heading to the South Pole.
On Thursday, the 28-year-old confirmed that he will be taking part in a 208-mile race as part of the Walking With The Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge, set to kick off in November.
Harry will trek alongside a team comprised of seriously injured former… More »