5. The woman from New Zealand, Lydia Bradey who made the journey on the top of the world even without carrying oxygen. She completed a certificate of acupuncture in 1998 and became a certified climbing guide in 2000. She had made the complete journey in 1988. She has also climbed the first great peaks of Australia and become the first new Zealander to achieve that Altitude. In 2013, and 2016 Bradey made her third and fourth ascents of Everest, again as an AC guide.
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6. The woman, JUNKO TABEI reach the top of the mount Everest firstly and broadcast the message to the world to raise the internal power of the girl representing the power of woman as becoming the woman to touch the summit. In 1992, Junko Tabei also became the first woman to join the Seven Summits Club, following her success climb of Puncak Jaya in Indonesia. The first woman to climb Mount Everest, sumitteda Japanese climber named Junko Tabei who reached the summit at the age of 35. She completed her climb of Everest on May 16, 1975, and was accompanied by her Sherpa guide, Ang Tshering.
7. Sibusiso Vilane who was born on 5 December 1970, Shongwe Mission in Mpumalanga) is a South African adventurer and motivational speaker, started climbing in 1996 and summitedMount Kilimanjaro. He has successfully climbed and went on to the Himalayas i.e. Pokalde, Lobujé and Island Peak, all of which are over 6,000 meter high, as part of his training for the Mount Everest expedition in 2002. He had climbed Mount Kilimanjaro (Africa) 1999, Mount Everest (Asia) 2003 – South and 2005 – North, Aconcagua (South America) 2006, Mount Elbrus (Europe) 2006, Carstensz Pyramid (Oceania) 2006, Vinson Massif (Antarctica) 2006, Denali/Mount McKinley (North America) 2008. He summitted successfully on 26 May 2003 from the South Side.
8. Rebecca Stephens MBE who was born on 3 October 1961 is a British journalist, mountaineer, and television presenter. With the polar explorers Ranulph Fiennes and Mike Stroud, she competed in an eight-day Eco-Challenge, which consisted of running, biking and canoeing across the Canadian Rockies. On 3 February 1996 she became the fourth woman, and the second British woman (two months behind Ginette Harrison) to climb all seven continental summits of the Bass list when she summitted Kosciuszko in mainland Australia. She was appointed an MBE in 1994. On 22 November 1994 she became the third woman, and the first British woman, to climb the seven continental summits of the Messner list (Carstensz list).
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9. It lies in the Solukhumbu of Nepal . Mount Everest is named on the name of Sir General George Everest. Later on the name of the Everest is named as ‘’Sagarmatha’’ in Nepali by Baburam Acharya. It is also known as the third pole which is called by the Micheal Karg.
10. Pasang lhamu Sherpa was the First Nepali woman to climb Mount Everest. Chhurim Sherpa from Nepal is the first woman who has scaled The Mount Everest twice in a week in 2013. The oldest person (at eighty) who has scaled Mount Everest is Yuichiro Miura from Japan in 2013(till 2013).
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