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Jade Hameister

16-letnica zaprla usta vsem moškim

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16. februar 2018, 13:58
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Jade Hameister je komaj 16-letna smučarka, ki je nedavno zaključila 37-dnevno potovanje po Antarktiki in s tem postala najmlajša oseba, ki je uspela zaključiti Polar Hat Trick, ki vključuje potovanje od Severnega pola do Grenlandije in preko Antarktike do Južnega pola.

Skupno je prehodila okoli 1.200 km in na ledu in snegu preživela okoli 4 mesece. S svojim podvigom je želela pokazati tudi drugim dekletom, da lahko dosežejo vse, če si želijo. Poleg tega, da ji je uspelo izvesti znameniti Polar Hat Trick in je zaprla usta vsem, ki niso verjeli vanjo, je tokrat storila še nekaj, s čimer je vse pustila odprtih ust.

»Zjutraj smo čistili sani, da se pripravimo na odhod do Union Glacier jutri zjutraj (odvisno od vremena). Nato smo smučali so ceremonialnega južnega pola (to je ta, za katerega vsi menijo, da je en in edini Južni tečaj – z zastavami) in do dejanskega geografskega  Južnega tečaja (ki se vsako leto premakne za približno 10 metrov) in je označen ločeno,« je pojasnila na Instagramu. »Premikala sem lastne meje in izzivala samo sebe na načine, na katere morda nekdo niti pomislil ne bi, da obstajajo, še posebej za tako mlado dekle.«

Že ob začetku odprave so jo zasipali s seksističnimi komentarji, med drugim ji je nekdo rekel, naj mu gre 'po sendvič'. Zdaj mu je javno odgovorila.  »Danes sem še enkrat odsmučala do Južnega pola ... samo da sem posnela to fotografijo za vse moške komentarje v smislu 'Prinesi mi sendvič'. Naredila sem sendvič (šunka in sir). Zdaj pa smučaj 37 dni in premagaj 600 km, da prideš do Južnega pola, in ga pojej!« Kakorkoli, kapo dol mladi športnici!

We spent this morning cleaning out our sleds to be ready to fly out to Union Glacier tomorrow morning (depending on weather). Then we skied over to the Ceremonial South Pole (probably the Pole that everyone knows as the only South Pole - the barbers Pole with the flags) and the actual Geographic South Pole (which moves around 10m each year), which is marked separately. In the afternoon we were given a tour of the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. It is seriously as close to what a Base on another planet would be like than anything else on the planet - a mini-town based around the scientific work of the National Science Foundation. Tonight (it never gets dark this time of year) I skied back to the Pole again... to take this photo for all those men who commented “Make me a sandwich” on my TEDX Talk. I made you a sandwich (ham & cheese), now ski 37 days and 600km to the South Pole and you can eat it xx #bravenotperfect #expandpossible #climatechange #jadesquest #thepolarhatrick #northpole #greenland #southpole #makemeasandwich #nationalgeographic #nationalgeographicapp @natgeo @natgeoau @australiangeographic

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Happy Australia Day! Today us Aussies celebrate everything that is great about this amazing country we are so lucky to live in. This photo was taken as I skied towards the ceremonial South Pole. The boxing kangaroo isn’t our national flag but it’s symbolic of our never give up attitude. The flags at the marker are from the countries who are a party to the Antarctic Treaty, including Aus. No single country owns Antarctica. It’s a unique reminder that while we should all be very proud of where we live, sometimes, particularly with our environment, we must consider ourselves a human from the planet Earth first and foremost #bravenotperfect #expandpossible #climatechange #jadesquest #thepolarhatrick #northpole #greenland #southpole #nationalgeographic #nationalgeographicapp @natgeo @natgeoau @australiangeographic

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Day 13: After an early finish yesterday afternoon and an extra 2 hours sleep, we smashed out 20.8km today. Really happy we took a rest, but could seriously do with about 20 extra sleep ins (not a morning person). The wind was gone and the sun was out in the morning, but by the afternoon the clouds came in, it started snowing and it was really cold again... I had a sore stomach all day, sore neck and shoulders, sore feet, I’ve got frost blisters on my cheeks and “polar thigh” on my upper thighs from a combination of exposing myself to the cold and wind and the friction from my thermals. It is insanely itchy and uncomfortable. Regardless, we are now heading due South and after today have we 386km to go to the South Pole #bravenotperfect #expandpossible #climatechange #jadesquest #thepolarhatrick #northpole #greenland #southpole #nationalgeographic #nationalgeographicapp @natgeo @natgeoau @australiangeographic

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Runway update: the strong currents around the North Pole have calmed right down and the Russians are now happy they have been able to repair and can use the first runway! There is now a paperwork issue with a resupply flight that has to go in before ours so that the people working at Barneo don't run out of food and fuel... then we are next. Best guess is we leave Tuesday. We did another long sled drag on skis this morning then went to the shooting range to learn how to fire a rifle that we will be carrying with us to the North Pole to scare off any polar bears. I was quite nervous before I took my first shot, but I soon discovered that it wasn't that bad after all. I have no idea where my bullets went! #expandpossible #chasingsanta #jadesquest #natgeotv #natgeotvau #natgeopeople #nationalgeographic #thepolarhatrick #polarexpedition #thebigthree #likeagirl #girlsmakeyourmove #northpole #nationalgeographicexplorer #montaustralia #baffin @natgeotvau

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Dr.Rugelj 19.02.2018 00:41:33
..ja in..in s tem svojim dejanjem je rešila koliko ljudi ?.
kajpavzdevek 19.02.2018 00:00:37
Asica...
 
tomi.passion@gmail.com 17.02.2018 18:29:39
Lepo vas prosim, kakšne neumnosti pa pišete* Takšni naslovi, katere se lahko spomne le resno zafustrirana feministka (moška ali ženska).
JohnSmith000001 17.02.2018 19:56:17
saj počasi gre svet spet v pravo smer in so vsi ti ljudje vedno bolj opaženi in prezirani, ker omejujeo napredek človeške civilizacije. Nekoč smo že bili gentlemeni in dame, to bomo spet enkrat!
baubax 17.02.2018 22:44:45
Civilizacija propade, če propadejo moški. In to, kar dan daneš vzgajajo ženske je daleč od moškega. Sej ne, da so žesnke krive moški smo krivi, ker smo dovolili, da je sploh prišlo do tega...
slovenc79 18.02.2018 02:21:22
krivi so tisti moški, ki bi vse naredili za to da jim ženska da f****, in so bili z lahkoto zmanipulirani. treba bi se bilo upret ženskemu manipuliranju, za kar bi bilo treba kdaj tudi na suhem ostat.
ata_jez 17.02.2018 17:08:48
hahaha ... odlična tale fora s sendviči!
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