Lewis Pugh:
O mergulho influente de Lewis Pugh no Evereste.

TEDGlobal 2010 · 9:45 · Filmed Jul 2010
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Depois de nadar no Pólo Norte, Lewis Pugh jurou nunca mais mergulhar em águas geladas. Mais tarde, ouviu falar do Lago Imja no Monte Evereste — um corpo de água a uma altitude de 5300 metros, inteiramente criado por glaciares derretidos — e começou uma viagem que lhe ensinaria uma nova e radical forma de abordar a natação e de pensar nas alterações climáticas.

Coldwater swimmer
Pushing his body through epic cold-water swims, Lewis Gordon Pugh wants to draw attention to our global climate. He's just back from swimming in a meltwater lake on the slopes of Mount Everest. Full bio
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