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Paul is a French Canadian adventurer. He has led various mountaineering expeditions in South America and has led whitewater expeditions along rivers such as the Grand Canyon. He circumnavigated Baffin Island, traversing over 4000km and was a guide in an unsupported dog sled and ski expedition to the North Pole in 1998, covering 600km in 15 days. Two years later he and a friend took two dog teams to the North Pole, and in 2001 he guided the British Millennium North Pole expedition in which Fiona Thornewill and Catharine Hartley became the first women to reach both Poles. In 2002, Paul guided one of the fastest ski journeys to the North Pole – 45 days, then went on to guide an expedition to the South Pole in 58 days.

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