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Expedition | Members resumes

BRIEF INFORMATION ABOUT RUSSIAN TEAM (8 April, 2002)
Marina Ershova- russian team leader
- born in 1961, "snow leopard", Mountaineering Club "Gornyak", St. Petersburg
- high-altitude climbs including:
Korzhenevskaya Peak, 7105 m (1989, 1990)
Lenin Peak, 7134 m (1991, 1992, 1993)
Communism Peak, 7495 m (1989, 1991)
Khan-Tengri Peak, 6995 m (1992)
Pobeda Peak, 7439 m (1992)
Cho Oyu, 8201 m (2000)
Oleg Nasedkin
- born in 1958, Zelenograd Sports Club of Mountaineering, Zelenograd
- high-altitude climbs including:
Korzhenevskaya Peak, 7105 m (1992, 1995)
Communism Peak, 7495 m (1995)
Khan-Tengri Peak, 6995 m (1999, two climbs)
Pobeda Peak, 7439 m (2001, till 7000 m)
Makalu, 8463 m (1997, till 7600 m)
Cho Oyu, 8201 m (2000)
Vladimir Belous
- born in 1969, Bratsk
- high-altitude climbs including:
Lenin Peak, 7134 m (1993, 1995)
Khan-Tengri Peak, 6995 m (2000)
Pobeda Peak, 7439 m (2001, till 7000 m
Viktor Bobok
- born in 1961, Moscow
- high-altitude climbs including:
Korzhenevskaya Peak, 7105 m (1993)
Lenin Peak, 7134 m (1987)
Kilimanjaro, 5895 m (1998)
McKinley, 6194 m (2001)
Vladimir Oleynik
- born in 1958, Moscow
- high-altitude climbs including:
Korzhenevskaya Peak, 7105 m (1986)
Dhaulagiri, 8167 m (1997, till 6900 m)
Muztagh-Ata, 7546 m (2001)
Dmitry Moskalev
- born in 1962, Mountaineering Club "MAI", Moscow
- high-altitude climbs including:
McKinley, 6194 m (1999)
Lhotse, 8516 m (2000, till 7200 m)
Khan-Tengri Peak, 6995 m (2001)
Sergey Bogomolov
- born in 1951, "snow leopard" 4 times, Saratov
- high-altitude climbs including:
Kangchenjunga, 8586 m (1989, new route)
Cho Oyu, 8201 ì (1991, new route)
Dhaulagiri, 8167 m (1993, new route)
Ama Dablam, 6812 m (1994, new route)
Everest, 8848 m (1995)
Makalu, 8463 m (1996)
Lhotse, 8516 m (1997)
Gasherbrum I, 8068 m (2001)
Gasherbrum II, 8035 m (2001)
Yury Soyfer
- born in 1958, Mountaineering Club "MAI", Moscow
- high-altitude climbs including:
Korzhenevskaya Peak, 7105 m
Lenin Peak, 7134 m
Communism Peak, 7495 m
Khan-Tengri Peak, 6995 m
McKinley, 6194 m (1999)
Lhotse, 8516 m (2000, till 7200 m)

BRIEF INFORMATION ABOUT DUTCH TEAM (7 April, 2002)

Werner de Jong - dutch team leader
- born in 1956, Dutch Royal Mountaineering Association
- climbing experience including:
Mont Blanc, 4810 m (4 times)
Elbrus, 5642 m (1994)
Kilimanjaro, 5895 m (1995)
Muztagh-Ata, 7546 m (1998)
Cotopaxi (2001, till 5700 m)
Jaco Liefers
- born in 1971, Dutch Royal Mountaineering Association
- climbing experience including:
Mera Peak, 6450 m (1998)
Mont Blanc, 4810 m (1998)
Toubkal, 4300 m (1998)
Parchamo Peak, 6300 m (2000
)
Peter van de Haar
- born in 1962, Dutch Royal Mountaineering Association
- climbing experience including:
Kilimanjaro, 5895 m (1996)
Chimborazo (1997, failed attempt)
Huayna Potosi, 6100 m (1997, approached summit to within 50 m)
Lenin Peak (1999, till 6400m)
Aconcagua (2000, till 6800 m)
Mont Blanc, 4810 m (2000)
Mont Blanc de Tacul, 4248 m (2000)
Marc Streefkerk
- born 1970, Dutch Royal Mountaineering Association
- climbing experience including:
Mont Blanc de Tacul, 4248 m (2000, solo climb)
Mönch, 4107 m (2000, solo climb)
Kala Patar, 5554 m (2000)
Gokyo Ri, 5357 m (2000)
Paul van den Dungen
- born in 1946, Dutch Royal Mountaineering Association
- climbing experience including:
Aconcagua, 6959 m (1992)
Elbrus, 5642 m (1994)
Kilimanjaro, 5895 m (1995)
Lenin Peak (1997, till 6400 m)
Muztagh-Ata, 7546 m (1998)
Mera Peak, 6450 m (1999)
Island Peak, 6189 m (1999)
Shisha Pangma (2000, till 7400 m)
Cotopaxi (2001, till 5700 m)
Chimborazo, 6310 m (2001)
Trudy van den Dungen
- born in 1944, Dutch Royal Mountaineering Association
- climbing experience including:
Aconcagua (1992, till 5400 m)
Elbrus, 5642 m (1994)
Kilimanjaro (1995, till 4800)
Lenin Peak (1997, till 4800 m)
Muztagh-Ata (1998, till 5200 m)
Mera Peak (1999, till 5500 m)
Island Peak (1999, till 5000 m)
Shisha Pangma (2000, till 6000 m)

 

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