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"The Long Walk"
Hemispheres - English - Thursday November 11, 2010

He recruited French adventurer Dimitri Kieffer, figuring the company might make the difference between life and death. After a few hours of walking on relatively flat ice anchored to the shore, they came across the fast-moving conveyer belt of sea ice and swam a short distance to get on board.
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"Dimitri Kieffer – Around the world by human power"
Angus Adventure Blog - English - Friday October 22, 2010

If you think the toughest aspect of circling the world by muscle power is the physical toil, you haven’t been to Russia’s Far East. French American Dimitri Kieffer is striving circumnavigate our planet with just his arms and legs, but for the past four years he’s been wading through a whole lot more than just bogs in Eastern Siberia.
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"AROUND THE WORLD BY HUMAN POWER"
CostaRica-TravelVacations.com - English - Friday October 22, 2010

It all began in 2005, when Dimitri decided to trek and snowshoe along the route of the 1770 km Iditarod Trail Race from Anchorage, Alaska to Nome.
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"Duo attempts to cross Bering Strait by kiteboard"
Anchorage Daily News - English - Friday August 6, 2010

Eight years later, English trekker Karl Bushby and Dimitri Kieffer, his American companion, completed the reverse route. After they reached shore in Russia, Soviet authorities detained and deported them for entering the country illegally.
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"Vesti-Kamchatka TV Interview"
Vesti-Kamchatka TV - Russian - Monday June 7, 2010

Nexus Expeditions - Vesti Kamchatka TV Interview
Petropavlovsk-kamchatsky, Russia
June 7th 2010
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"Dimitri Kieffer update: Mother Nature ends his trek in remote Russia"
Polar News Explorers Web - English - Thursday May 20, 2010

After 63 days and 707 km walking, swimming and sledge hauling through Russia (Chukotka and Kamchatka), Dimitri Kieffer decided to end the 2010 edition of his human powered circumnavigation.
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"Dimitri Kieffer update: Trekking with three traveling dogs"
Polar News Explorers Web - English - Monday May 3, 2010

Spring is in the air, reported Dimitri from Russia. Night temperatures turned at 20° and day temperatures at 0°C. Dimitri finished the sledge-hauling leg between Slautnoye and Kamenskoye without Nyurgen Efremov who went home.
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"Dimitri Kieffer update: Tentless in a fierce storm"
Polar News Explorers Web - English - Thursday April 15, 2010

Dimitri Kieffer and Nyurgun Efremov left the reindeer herders of Brigade #6 and headed towards Slautnoye in Kamchatka territory. A lack of snow on the ground hampered their sledge-hauling. Their tents blew away in a gust.
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"Dimitri Kieffer update: Vayegi start, to waking up among 2500 reindeers"
Polar News Explorers Web - English - Wednesday March 31, 2010

World circumnavigator Dimitri Kieffer and his Russian teammate for this Russian section, Nyurgen Efremov, started off on March 13 from near Vayegi where Dimitri stopped in 2008.
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"ExWeb interview with Dimitri Kieffer: Continuing his human power circumnavigation of the globe"
Polar News Explorers Web - English - Wednesday March 10, 2010

Dimitri Kieffer started his human power circumnavigation of the globe on February 26, 2005 at Knik Lake, near Anchorage, Alaska. Since then he has completed approximately 2440 miles (3926 km).
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"Chukotka TV Russian interview"
Chukotka TV - Russian - Sunday March 7, 2010

Here is a copy of the short interview Nyurgun and I did for Chukotka TV on March 2d 2010.
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