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SHOWGUIDE 25 May 2012


Kenton Cool reaches the top of Everest for the 10th time, a British record. He has with him an Olympic gold medal given to the 1922 British Everest team at the 1924 Winter Games


11 May 2011


Apa Sherpa reaches the summit of Everest for a record 21st time


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To commemorate 60 years since the summit of Everest was reached in 1953, The Outdoors Show in association with the Mountain Heritage Trust and the Royal Geographical Society is giving visitors an insight into the history of this magnificent mountain with rare photographs, clothing and equipment from past and present, and a selection of special artefacts


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CELEBRATING 60 YEARS ON


2 Th 29 May 1953


New Zealander Edmund Hillary and Nepalese Sherpa Tenzing Norgay are the first to reach the summit of Mount Everest


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