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Lewis Pugh's mind-shifting Mt. Everest swim

Created on 15 September 2010
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After he swam the North Pole, Lewis Pugh vowed never to take another cold-water dip. Then, he heard of Mt. Everest's Lake Imja -- a body of water at an altitude of 5,300 meters, entirely created by recent glacial melting -- and began a journey that would teach him a radical new way to approach both swimming and think about climate change.

(Watch Lewis Pugh talk about his swim at the North Pole

More info: http://www.lewispugh.com/pages/default.aspx 
Produced by: TED
Year: 2010
Language: English





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