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Mark Inglis

Mark Inglis

'I get up in the early morning and go to our little community gym in town. Then I come home and do e-mails; I have children from all around the world writing to me - amputees.

Sunday, 10 June, 2007, 12:00am

Mark Inglis

'I get up in the early morning and go to our little community gym in town. Then I come home and do e-mails; I have children from all around the world writing to me - amputees. Then I'll either skip out my back door to Mount Dunblane, take the two golden retrievers and just climb, or leap onto my mountain bike. Then I come back and do more e-mails.

10 Jun 2007 - 12:00am

A boys' own job: we'd fly helicopters and pull bodies from the slopes

I've learned many things in life but having your legs amputated then scaling Mount Everest taught me not only can that you do anything but that you can always do it better. In that respect it's no different from schooldays.

19 May 2007 - 12:00am

A boys' own job: we'd fly helicopters and pull bodies from the slopes

I've learned many things in life but having your legs amputated then scaling Mount Everest taught me not only can that you do anything but that you can always do it better. In that respect it's no different from schooldays.

18 May 2007 - 12:00am

Tough Kiwi climber Inglis touts his new Discovery Channel show

New Zealander Mark Inglis is one tough Kiwi climber. The mountaineering expert lost both his feet to frostbite climbing years ago, but it didn't stop him from his lifelong goal to reach the summit of Mount Everest. That incredible feat was achieved exactly a year ago on two artificial limbs and it's been captured in a Discovery Channel series Everest: Beyond The Limit.

9 May 2007 - 12:00am