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Canadian becomes oldest at 84 to finish Antarctic marathon

At 84, Mr Svennignsen has become the oldest to complete the Antarctic marathon.

Ali Taghva Montreal, QC
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An 84-year-old man has finished the Antarctic marathon, becoming the oldest person to ever cross the finish line.

Roy Svenningsen, an individual from Edmonton, has become the oldest person in the world to complete the Antarctic marathon.

Svenningsen finished the race in roughly 11 hours and 41 minutes ending the route with the Canadian flag proudly in hand.

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