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Run Around the South Pole for Christmas

The Wall Street Journal
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December 22, 2013 AT 10:30 PM
Every Christmas, scientists, engineers and others at the American South Pole station brave the cold for the annual Race Around the World. The two-to three-mile route loops around the geographic pole exactly 90 degrees south of the equator. See scenes from the 2008 race, courtesy Mark Krasberg.