For someone who has camped in the Arctic in -50°C temperatures, snowbound London must be a tad underwhelming.
“Snow isn’t the problem; it’s the wind,” says Dwayne Fields, who became the first black British man to reach the North Pole in April.
Adding: “The wind comes directly from the Pole. If you’re walking into it, you’re in the right direction. It also takes every ounce of warmth, but you can’t let it hold you back. It’s cold, it’s windy, it’s going to be nasty. You just get on with it.”
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