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  27 summits of Everest from the south side: Summits  May 31 2005


Mr. Honda and Mr. Ngatemba sherpa with Mr. Honda (not up yet, but a great picture!)

The South Side list: Note is possible this list might grow, it is also possible some summits could be disputed later. This is the reported list for May 31st 2005.

Mt. Everest 2005: Korean Expedition summits 4 more (2 members and 2 Sherpas)

31st May, 2005

1. Mr. Jong Ho Ahn (29 Yrs), Member, Amsa-Dong Gandong-Gu Seoul, South Korea

2.  Mr. Sang See Lee, (44  Yrs), Member, Manufacturing Industry, Shinchun-dong Siheung-si Gyeonggi-do,  South Korea

3.  Mr. Thilian Sherpa, (37 Yrs) High Altitude Worker, Makalu-5, Shankhushava, Nepal

4.  Mr. Tashi Lakpa Sherpa (20 Yrs), High Altitude Worker, Makalu-9, Shankhushava, Nepal 

Mt. Everest 2005: British Commercial team summits from the South (7 we believe, 4 members and 3 Sherpas)

31st May, 2005

1.  Mr. Kenton Edward Cool (32 Yrs.), Leader, Industrial Roped Access, Sheffield, TW,    U.K.

2.   Mr. John Thomas Taylor (47 Yrs.), Member, Police Officer, Frankston, Victoria, Australia.

3.   Mr. Gregory Martin Lindsdell (43 Yrs.), Member, Police Officer, Safety Beach, Victoria, Australia.

4.   Mr. Nicholas Phlip FARR (39 Yrs.), Member, Police Detective, Northcote, Victoria, Australia.

5.   Mr. Pema Nurbu Sherpa (25 Yrs), High Altitude Worker, Gaurishankar-1,  Dolakha, Nepal

6.  Mr. Pema Tshring Sherpa (22 Yrs), High Altitude Worker, gaurishankar-1, Dolakha, Nepal

Mt. Everest 2005: International Expedition Dream team summits 3 from the South

31st May, 2005

1.  Mr. Keiichi Iwasaki (32 Yrs), Member, Cyclist, Gunma, Japan

2.  Mr. Pasang Tendi Sherpa (22 Yrs), High Altitude Worker, Yaphu -9, Sankhuwasava, Nepal

3.  Mr. Pasang Sherpa, (29 Yrs), High Altitude Worker, Siddhapokhari -8, Sankhuwasava, Nepal 

Mt. Everest 2005: National University of Singapore Summits Everest!

SINGAPORE EVEREST EXPEDITION has successfully reached the summit of Mr. Everest on 31 May 2005: Lindley Zerbe REACHED SUMMIT 07: 33 and  Mr. Tashi Dorje  Sherpa (Khumjung 8 Pangboche, Solukhumbu) 1st time summit REACHED SUMMIT 07:33

Mt. Everest 2005: Apa Sherpa summits for the 15th time!!: To Climb Everest For A Cure Summits 3

31st May, 2005

1.  Mr. John Christopher Gray (36 Yrs), Member, Self Employed, Westwood, New Jersey, USA.

2.  Mr. Apa Sherpa (48 Yrs), Sirdar, Namche-7, Thame, Solukhumbu, Nepal

3.  Mr. Dawa Nuru Sherpa (40 Yrs), High Altitude Worker, Namche-7, Thame, Solukhumbu, Nepal 

Team Honda: 31st May, 2005 at 7:55 (4, 2 members and 2 Sherpas)

1.  Mr. Takeshi Kodama (31 Yrs.)   , Member, Student, Hokkaido, Japan

2.  Mr. Pasang Rinji Sherpa (29 Yrs), High Altitude Worker, Juving VDC-1, Solu, Nepal

31st May, 2005 at 9:40

3   Mr. Shigeki Imoto (42 Yrs), Member, Business, Tokyo, Japan

4.  Mr. Da Nurbu Sherpa (28 Yrs), High Altitude Worker, Juving VDC-1, Solu, Nepal

The  3 members  Team Honda Everest Expedition  team was permitted to climb 8848 m. high Mt. Everest from South East Ridge for the period of 75 days from 22nd March, 2005 under the leadership of Mr. Michihiro Honda of Japan.

IMG (Eric Simonson). (4, 2 members and 2 sherpas)

31st May, 2005

1.  Mr. Edward Oner Diffendal (35 Yrs) Member, Sales, San Francisco, USA

2.  Mr. Rex Pemberton (21 Yrs.) Member, Student, st. ives NSW, Australia

3.  Mr. Da Sonam Sherpa (41 Yrs.) High Altitude Worker, Khumjung-8, Pangboche, Solu, Nepal

4.  Mr. Pasang Rinjing Sherpa (29 Yrs) High Altitude Worker, Khumjung-9, Phortse Solu, Nepal

logistics for this expedition was provided by IMG (Eric Simonson).

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