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  Everest Northern Wall 2005 International Non-Commercial Expedition


Green line is 2004 route, red line is proposed 2005 route

On top of the highest peak in the world, climbers will lift banners against terrorism and in favor of peace when they summit Mt. Everest in a climb dedicated to the 60th anniversary of Victory in World War II.

This Russian Expedition, called the “Everest Northern Wall 2005 International Non-Commercial Investment Project”, will begin with departure from Moscow on March 1 with Everest ascent beyond base camp to be March 24-June 1.  The team of 39 climbers will approach the mountain from the center of the Northern wall.

In anticipation of the Everest expedition, a Peace March-Memory March was held September 19-November 3 of 2004.  Those participating in the march visited all the regions of the Northern Caucasus and almost all points of tension. They covered over 10,000 km. and carried with them the Banner of Peace donated by heirs of M. Yegorov and M. Kantaria, prominent heroes of World War II.

The banner, delivered to the Everest climbers, will be part of the mission for peace represented by the summit of Everest.  The expedition will receive live international coverage on both radio and television when banners are lifted to peace and victory on Everest’s peak.

The expedition is looking for additional sponsors, if interested please e-mail

# Name Sport rank Position City Note
“Everest Northern Wall 2005 International Expedition”
1 Vladimir I. Prikhodko 1 Head of the expedition Moscow , RUSSIA  
Team 1, the center of the Northern Wall of Everest
2 Kazbek B. Khamitsayev Master of Sports Chief Coach of the expedition Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA  
3 Alexander L. Zelensky Master Candidate Climber Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA Candidate
4 Yuri V. Proyaev Master Candidate Climber Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA Candidate
5 Eugeni V. Gudenko Master Candidate Climber Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA Candidate
6 Alexander P. Glazov Master of Sports Climber Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA Candidate
7 Serguei V. Yegorin Master of Sports Climber Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA Candidate
8 William T. Gagiyev 1 Climber Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA Candidate
9 Anatoli D. Abisalov 1 Climber Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA Candidate
10 Vitali V. Ivanov Master of Sports Climber Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA Candidate
11 Igor O. Bondarenko Master of Sports Climber Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA Candidate
12 Dmitri N. Zhirnov 1 Climber Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA Candidate
13 Alexander V. Rodin 1 Climber Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA Candidate
14 Maxim N. Akulov 1 Climber Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA Candidate
15 Alexander N. Yakovenko Master of Sports Climber Moscow , RUSSIA Candidate
16 Nikolai A. Totmyanin Master of Sports Climber St. Petersburg , RUSSIA Candidate
17 Alexei V. Bolotov Master of Sports Climber Yekaterinburg , RUSSIA Candidate
18 Eugeni M. Vinogradsky Honored Master of Sports Climber Yeketrinburg , RUSSIA Candidate
19 Valeri N. Pershin Honored Master of Sports Climber Yeketrinburg , RUSSIA Candidate
20 Sergei V. Borisov Int'l Master of Sports Climber Yeketrinburg , RUSSIA Candidate
21 Victor I. Igolkin Master of Sports Climber Magnitogorsk , RUSSIA Member
22 Yuri V. Oleinikov Master of Sports Climber Magnitogorsk , RUSSIA Member
23 Gennadi P. Kiriyevsky Master of Sports Climber Magnitogorsk , RUSSIA Candidate
24 Sergei G. Bogomolov Honored Master of Sports Climber Saratov , RUSSIA Member
25 Sergei I. Bershov Honored Master of Sports Climber Kharkov , UKRAINE Candidate
26 Alexei V. Raspopov Master Candidate Climber Almaty , KAZAKHSTAN Candidate
27 Giya O. Tortladze Master of Sports Climber Tbilisi , GEORGIA Candidate
28 Fabricio Zangrilli   Climber USA Candidate
29 Robertson Hemish   Climber AUSTRALIA Candidate
30 Peter G. Leonov Master of Sports Climber Makhachkala, RUSSIA Candidate
31 Chad Kellogg   Climber USA Member
Team 2, the North-Eastern Crest
31 Valri G. Rogozin Master Candidate Climber Magnitogorsk, RUSSIA Candidate
32 Igor K. Korenugin Master Candidate Climber Voronezh, RUSSIA Candidate
33 Victor Ye. Perevalov 1 Climber Moscow, RUSSIA Candidate
34 Gaik D. Tonoyan Int'l Master of Sports Climber Yerevan , ARMENIA Member
35 Tigran N. Nersesyants Master Candidate Climber Yerevan, ARMENIA Member
36 Leo A. Sarkisov Honored Master of Sports Climber Tbilisi, GEORGIA Member
37 Mikhail Ye. Melnikov Int'l Master of Sports Climber Minsk , BELORUSSIA Member
38 Alexander G. Maximenya Master of Sports Climber Minsk, BELORUSSIA Member
39 Nikolai F. Zhilin Master of Sports Climber Yekaterinburg, RUSSIA Member
Support Team
40 Sergei P. Bachmanov 1 Radio operator Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA Candidate
41 Vladimir M. Rubayev 1 Route doctor Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA Candidate
42 Taimuraz A. Salamov   BC doctor Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA Candidate
43 Sergei I. Bychkovsky   Rehabilitation doctor Yekaterinburg, RUSSIA Candidate
44 Stanislav L. Pokrovsky   Head of the press center Moscow, RUSSIA Candidate
45 Victor N. Ivanov   Cameraman Moscow, RUSSIA Candidate
46 Nikolai N. Boginsky   BC supervisor Vladikavkaz, RUSSIA Candidate
47 Sergey G. Verbin 1   Moscow, RUSSIA Candidate
48 Vladimir N. Shataev Int'l Master of Sports   Moscow, RUSSIA Candidate
49 Sergey A. Shibaev Master Candidate   St. Petersburg , RUSSIA Candidate

 

 

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