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  Everest 2006 Team No Limits: Report from Team No Limits, Roger Coffey


At approximately 10:50 this morning, MJ Kim, Apa Sherpa, Ang Passang Sherpa, and Pasang Temba Sherpa summitted Mt. Everest. Our congratulations to each of these climbers for their success. This is the last of the Seven Summits for Mr. Kim and is the 16th summit of Mt. Everest by Apa. The climbing group started much larger last night, but slowly diminished as the mountain began to show why few have the privilege of standing on her summit.

As per the message received from the Basecamp (Liaison Officer) the following one member and three High Altitude Workers of "Team No Limits Everest Expedition 2006" team climbed Mt. Everest at 10.50 a.m. on 19th May 2006.
 
1.      Mr. Myung Joon Kim (44), Banker, South Lucerne, Los Angles, California, USA,
  1. Mr. Apa Sherpa (46), High Altitude Worker, Namche - 7, Solukhumbu, Nepal, (16 times summit)
  2. Mr. Ang Pasang Sherpa (38), High Altitude Worker, Namche - 7, Solukhumbu, Nepal,
  3. Mr.  Pasang TembaSherpa (36), High Altitude Worker, Salleri - 5, Solukhumbu, Nepal.

            The above mentioned expedition team comprising of 12 members was permitted to climb 8848 meter high Mt. Everest from normal route for the period of 75 days from 3rd April, 2006 under the leadership of Mr. Douglas Tumminello from USA. The handling agency of the expedition team is Asian Trekking Pvt. Ltd., Kathmandu, Nepal.

Everest 2006:  Team No Limits Dispatches

 

 






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