British army medical officer Capt. Preet Chandi is the first woman of Indian origin to reach the South Pole. She took 40 days to complete the 1,126 km trek from Antarctica’s Hercules Inlet while pulling a sled weighing 90 kg comprising her food and clothing. She spent over two years preparing for this venture.
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