Video: Preet Chandi British Sikh Woman Makes History with Solo Trip to South Pole; Know All About Her

It took two and a half years to plan for her solo trip. She took proper training before she started her journey. She also went for trekking in Iceland. The chief of the General Staff also congratulated Ms Chandi.

Published: January 6, 2022 5:30 PM IST

By Nikhil Khattar | Edited by Video Desk


Preet Chandi British Sikh Woman Makes History with Solo Trip to South Pole; Know All About Her: Army officer Preet Chandi has made history with her solo trip to the south pole. She is a first women to complete a solo trip to the south pole. She announced about her adventure through her blog on 3 January. ‘I made it to the south pole where it’s snowing’: Preet Chandi. She had mixed emotions while she wrote her blog. Chnadi’s adventure began in November 2021. She started her journey from Antarctica’s Hercules Inlet. For next few days she was skiing solo. She completed 700 miles (1126km) of trek in 40 days.

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Published Date: January 6, 2022 5:30 PM IST