GPS-pos: S °’ E °’ – Alt: 3725m

We reached the POI – the centre Antarctica – at 17.30 gmt on the 19th Jan. We had been awake for 36 hours and had kited for 25 of those hours to gain 249 km and reach our destination. When we were within 6km of the position signalled on the GPS we noticed a black dot on the horizon – as we got closer an outline of bust started to appear – we could not believe it as we were expecting at the very best a mound of snow from when Lenin was left there 48 years ago.