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The First Woman to conquer world's 14 highest mountains.

Oh Eun-sun Becomes First Woman To Conquer World's 14 Highest
Mountains


KATMANDU, Nepal - A South Korean mountaineer became the first woman
to scale the world's 14 highest mountains, crawling on all fours
Tuesday as she reached the last summit.
Oh Eun-sun, 44, arrived at the final, steep stretch of Annapurna in the
Himalayas 13 hours after she left the last camp to beat a Spanish rival
to the record. Her feat was broadcast live in South Korea by KBS
television.
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Comment by Sammy Gatere on April 30, 2010 at 5:47am
Thank you for sharing this. I heard about this lady on the BBC. She was already had some critics claiming that she did not manage all the14. But you know Critics they say one thing but can not scale all the Mountains as she did :)

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