south poleMonday, 30 January: The brave SA team, "Team Mission Possible" have proven that nothing is impossible. After 25 days of combatting the most extreme weather conditions on earth and 742 kilometers of what is described as the 'toughest race on the planet', Braam Malherbe and Peter van Kets arrived at the South Pole on 28 January @ 6am. They were accompanied by the British team, whose load the SA team helped to carry...they did it...together! Now that's what we call team work.

In our tentThe Scott-Amundsen Centenary Race to the South Pole began on 4 January and concluded on 28 January 2012. 7 teams from 6 countries, over 700km in 25 days all in support of one cause: create awareness of climate change. Have a look at the photos from the race that will leave you in awe of Mother Nature, and the challenges two men bravely faced as they fought back against climate change.

antarctica-pic-braamGuestwriter: Braam Malherbe, MyPlanet Ambassdor and Extreme Conservationist as he prepares for the race to the South Pole

Read the latest blog from Braam as he sets off to compete in the toughest race on the planet! We proudly support his efforts to create awareness of climate change as he DOT...We can all do one thing to conserve mother Earth.