Prince Harry Joins The Walking With The Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge : News Photo

Prince Harry Joins The Walking With The Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge

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NOVO, ANTARCTICA - In this undated handout photo provided by Walking with the Wounded (WWTW) on November 26, 2013, Prince Harry, patron of Team UK in the Virgin Money South Pole Allied Challenge 2013 expedition and the Walking With The Wounded teams leave Novo, Antarctica for their second base camp at 87 degrees south, the starting point for the race and where further acclimatisation will take place. The Virgin Money South Pole Allied Challenge 2013, of which Harry is patron, will see the participants race across three degrees to the South Pole. All 12 injured service personnel from Britain, America, Canada and Australia have overcome life-changing injuries and undertaken challenging training programmes to prepare themselves for the conditions they will face in Antarctica. Trekking around 15km to 20km per day, the teams will endure temperatures as low as minus 45C and 50mph winds as they pull their 70kg sleds to the south pole. (Photo by WWTW via Getty Images)
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NOVO, ANTARCTICA - In this undated handout photo provided by Walking with the Wounded (WWTW) on November 26, 2013, Prince Harry, patron of Team UK in the Virgin Money South Pole Allied Challenge 2013 expedition and the Walking With The Wounded teams leave Novo, Antarctica for their second base camp at 87 degrees south, the starting point for the race and where further acclimatisation will take place. The Virgin Money South Pole Allied Challenge 2013, of which Harry is patron, will see the participants race across three degrees to the South Pole. All 12 injured service personnel from Britain, America, Canada and Australia have overcome life-changing injuries and undertaken challenging training programmes to prepare themselves for the conditions they will face in Antarctica. Trekking around 15km to 20km per day, the teams will endure temperatures as low as minus 45C and 50mph winds as they pull their 70kg sleds to the south pole. (Photo by WWTW via Getty Images)
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