Sebastian Copeland’s feature documentary Across The Ice chronicles his and Eric McNair-Landry’s record setting crossing of Greenland. The expedition, covering 2300 km of the Greenland’s south to north axis on skis and kites, lasted 42 days. The team faced a ferocious storm which had them pinned down in their tents for seven consecutive days and nights! On June 5, 2010, the team completed a 24 hour run which netted them a new Guinness Book World Record for the longest distance traveled in 24 hours, with 595km. This is a remarkable and inspiring story you have to see to believe it, co-produced by Red Bull Media House.
1:30:00 | 2015