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          2002 Jury Member

          The Rolex Awards for Enterprise

          Location: France

          Laurence de la Ferrière
          France, Born 1957

          Celebrated French alpinist and explorer Laurence de la Ferrière has spent the past two decades pitting herself against nature. In her quest to scale the world’s highest peaks and traverse polar deserts, she has set several records.


          Laurence de la Ferrière has twice broken the women’s world record for altitude without oxygen and, in 1997, she became the first French person to reach the South Pole alone. She then wrote a book about the expedition. One of the explorer’s most outstanding achievements was her 58-day, 3,000-kilometre solo crossing from the South Pole to Dumont d’Urville in Adelie Land, for which she was commended for her courage and contribution to science by French President Jacques Chirac. More than half of the grueling trek covered unexplored terrain.

          Other 2002 Jury Members

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