Cycling from the Arctic to London in record time

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Cycling from the Arctic to London in record time

Robert McArthur and Poldy van Lynden travelled to the Arctic Circle from London in record time, arriving on Tuesday the 4th September 2018 - two weeks earlier than expected. Both Londoners started their route London's Marble Arch to the Arctic Circle island of Svalbard in an 5,000 km trek, raising over £60,000 for The Scout Association charity. The pair ran, swam, cycled, rowed and paddle board their way across seven European borders to reach their destination – world's most northerly inhabited location. We sat down with them to hear the highlights of their journey...

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